Unified FPGA and PCB design
FPGAs are replacing ASICs in many design applications. They are also used for prototyping designs, implementing ASICs, or other embedded hardware and software design, as they can easily be reprogrammed. Engineering teams require an effective design flow, unifying FPGA and PCB design to reduce design cycle times and improve time-to-market.
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Concurrent design of FPGAs and PCBs
An effective FPGA/PCB co-design environment, providing support for the latest devices offered by FPGA vendors. As part of Zuken’s system level design suite, our solution enables design teams to intelligently communicate pin I/O assignment information on FPGAs or other high pin count devices with our Design Gateway and Design Force PCB design tools.
System Level Circuit Engineering
True system-level circuit design in which individual circuits can be represented and connected as blocks. This approach enables engineers to manage signal continuity (interconnects) at the system level rather than just at the design level, allowing for an evaluation of board-to-board signal continuity.
3D Multi-board PCB Design
A complete environment to manage the design of FPGAs, ASICs and other high-pin count devices on a PCB. As the initial FPGA is simulated and synthesized, engineers can load the logical and physical circuit design to review pin assignments and constraint.
Graphical Pin Manager offers an effective FPGA / PCB co-design environment providing support for the latest devices offered by FPGA vendors
CR-8000 Design Gateway provides a platform for logical circuit design and verification of multi-board system-level electronic designs.
CR-8000 Design Force is the fastest, most effective PCB design solution available today. Design Force enables design teams to layout and verify their designs in the context of a complete system or product.
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The webinar will explore various points in the design flow where co-design of the FPGA or other programmable devices and board layout can take place