In this webinar we demonstrate how engineers can build a coherent design flow for mixed-signal design. We illustrate this through demonstrations and case studies from industry. The webinar shows how different design stages and different engineering disciplines can be linked by the use of system-level design techniques to produce a coherent design flow. A coherent design flow enables errors to be detected much earlier in the design process, and the webinar will explain how this works. The webinar will also explain how engineers can take advantage of the productivity gains of system-level design, while still using their existing design – getting the best of both worlds.
This is the fourth and final webinar in a four-part series on mixed-signal design. It brings together the techniques demonstrated in earlier webinars, but it can be viewed without having seen the others in the series.
Register for the other three webinars here:
ADC and DAC Design Part 1
PLL Design Part 2
About the Presenter: Mike Woodward is the communications and semiconductor marketing manager for MathWorks. He started his career researching the microwave properties of GaAs HEMTs, before moving onto baseband processing work for UMTS and HSDPA. His work has been published in IEEE Journals and many trade publications.