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The performance of a SerDes can be judged on its receiver equalization type. View this video to understand the differences between CTLE and DFE, and when each type is preferred.
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Episode 11: Chip Design Flow -- Step 1
In this video Karen presents 7 simple steps of a design flow process are and describes step 1: "specify your chip".
Views: 26929 Synopsys
Power Management Cells
Describes the various special cells that can be used in UPF-enabled advanced low power design.
Views: 4314 Synopsys
UVM-2: UVM Factory
Code reuse is a key consideration in verification. This webisode shows you how to use the UVM factory to construct testbench objects and how to use the UVM factory override mechanism to change the type of object constructed by the UVM factory through either a run-time switch or a method call in the test without modifying the original code where the object was constructed.
Views: 11404 Synopsys
Unleashing SystemVerilog and UVM: Introduction
What are SystemVerilog and UVM all about? Why would you want to adopt them as part of your verification strategy? This webisode gives you an high level overview of why and how SystemVerilog and UVM help you in putting together a highly reusable testbench for your Device Under Test.
Views: 21169 Synopsys
Episode 18: Where EDA is Going
In the last video of this series, Karen describes where she thinks electronic design is headed, including how designs will only become faster and better. She also explains how there are still challenges that need to be solved and how crucial electronic design is to the chip industry. See below for a list the list of resources that Karen provides in the video: • "EDA, Where Electronics Begins" by Clive Maxfield and Kuhoo Goyal. order online at www.edac.org • Electronic Design Automation by Mark D. Birnbaum. Order online at amazon.com • "Silicon Run" video. Order online at www.siliconrun.com • "EDA, Where Electronics Begins". Video and DVD at www.edac.org • Intel Museum: www.intel.com • www.Synopsys.com • Synopsys Blogs blogs.synopsys.com • Conversation Central http://blogs.synopsys.com/conversationcentral/ • LinkedIn http://www.linkedin.com/company/synopsys • Twitter www.twitter.com/synopsys • Facebook www.facebook.com/synopsys • YouTube www.YouTube.com/synopsys
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Episode 5: The Switch and Other Parts
This video explains the beginning stages of making a computer chip including its 3 basic elements. Karen also simplifies what a chip is by explaining how it is merely a switch made out of silicon. In the upcoming videos Karen will show how a chip is made in 14 easy steps.
Views: 4694 Synopsys
Episode 6: How a Chip is Made -- Steps 1 - 3
This video covers steps 1-3 of how a chip is made including: • Grow a giant crystal of sand (silicon) • Slice it up into round wafers and polish them • Coat a wafer with a photographic chemical that hardens when exposed to light
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Episode 1: Introduction
This video series is geared towards a non-technical audience that is interested in learning more about the amazing computer chip industry and how chips are designed and manufactured. Technical jargon is not used, and this is not an advertisement of Synopsys products. In these 19 videos you can expect to develop a basic understanding of how chips are made and learn how engineers design them. You will also gain an understanding and appreciation for the incredible electronic design industry. Please post your comments and questions below. Thank you for watching.
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SV-2: The Power of Randomization
The most important feature of SystemVerilog Object-oriented programming is randomization. This webisode will quickly take you through the basics of defining and controlling the randomization of objects to enable you to verify your device as completely as possible.
Views: 9201 Synopsys
UPF Supply Sets 1- Introduction
Compared to UPF Supply-Nets, Supply-Sets flow comes with many important features which are central in enabling simplified approach and faster Turn-Around-Time. This video series is targeted to Design-Engineers who are using ‘Supply-Net’ flows. These short videos should help them to learn the Supply-Set concepts (with examples) and equip them to easily migrate to ‘Supply-Sets’ flow.
Views: 4315 Synopsys
Power Domains
Josefina defines the concept of a power domain and explains how to properly partition. She also offers guidance on the criteria for deciding whether, and how many, power domains should be used.
Views: 4816 Synopsys
SV-3: The Power of Inheritance
If randomization is the right hand of verification using SystemVerilog, inheritance is the left hand. This webisode will enlighten you on what inheritance means in OOP, and how it easily enables you to create different tests for verification without affecting other users of the verification environment on your team and without having to change your existing tests and test environments.
Views: 6947 Synopsys
Understanding MIPI
This video provides a high level view of popular MIPI protocols and helps you get up to speed with latest mobile market innovations. We will also introduce IP solutions that can help you differentiate your products in the mobile market space.
Views: 26326 Synopsys
UVM-3: UVM Reporter
Report message management is a critical part of any verification simulation. In this webisode, you will see how the UVM reporter mechanism help you in managing the report messages in terms of severity, verbosity and simulation action with simple run-time switches without having to recompile any code.
Views: 5850 Synopsys
Understanding SRIS in PCIe Systems
Learn how and why spread spectrum clocking (SSC) is important to high-speed SerDes design. High-quality IP can include optimized SSC with no impact to CDR.
Views: 4943 Synopsys
Episode 4: Electronics Everywhere
In this video Karen covers why the electronic design industry is so cool and what products have chips in them. You will also learn how big the chip and electronic design industries are in terms of dollars as well as the global market and challenges they face.
Views: 5876 Synopsys
Episode 9: Types and Functions of Chips
In this video Karen goes over the 3 main kinds of chips: analog, digital and FPGAs She also describes how to tell what a chips does as well as explains what a logic gate is and gives an example of how they work.
Views: 5564 Synopsys
World’s First USB 3.2 Demonstration
Join Eric Huang and Gervais Fong as they demonstrate the world’s first USB 3.2 host and device IP communicating at USB 3.2 speeds over a standard USB Type-C cable. Learn more about how Synopsys DesignWare USB IP can help bring your products to market at https://www.synopsys.com/usb
Views: 25429 Synopsys
Working at Synopsys
Synopsys is a global leader in electronic design automation, based in Silicon Valley, California, and offering tremendous challenge and opportunity to technology, IT and corporate support professionals. This video demonstrates the leadership role Synopsys plays in accelerating technology around the world, as well as the culture of solid growth, professionalism and integrity the company offers in what is still startup, teamwork atmosphere. From engineering to programming, design, R&D and support, Synopsys provides unparalleled opportunity to learn, grow and be on the cutting-edge of technology.
Views: 11544 Synopsys
UPF Supply Sets 2 –  Supply Set Handles
Compared to UPF Supply-Nets, Supply-Sets flow comes with many important features which are central in enabling simplified approach and faster Turn-Around-Time. This video series is targeted to Design-Engineers who are using ‘Supply-Net’ flows. These short videos should help them to learn the Supply-Set concepts (with examples) and equip them to easily migrate to ‘Supply-Sets’ flow.
Views: 2179 Synopsys
Episode 14: Chip Design Flow -- Steps 5 - 6
In this video Karen goes over steps 5-6 of a design flow: • "Blueprint" your chip • Double-check your blueprint
Views: 6368 Synopsys
PCI Express 4.0 Performance at More Than 1600 MB/s
This demonstration features Synopsys’ DesignWare® Controller and PHY IP for PCI Express® 4.0 solution and uses a PCI Express switch to connect a host PC to an Endpoint application. Since today’s PCs do not support PCIe® 4.0 at 16 GT/s, the switch utilizes four lanes at 5 GT/s connection on the upstream port and a single lane at 16 GT/s on the downstream port to the PCI Express 4.0 Endpoint.
Views: 5043 Synopsys
How to Integrate AXI VIP into a UVM Testbench
VIP manager Tushar Mattu of Synopsys describes how best we can integrate AXI VIP into a UVM Testbench
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Episode 12: Chip Design Flow -- Steps 2 - 3
In this video Karen goes over steps 2-3 of a design flow: • Generate the gates • Make the chip testable
Views: 10144 Synopsys
Episode 7: How a Chip is Made -- Steps 4 - 7
This video covers steps 4-7 of how a chip is made including: • Make a stencil for a pattern to embed in the silicon • Shrink the stencil and shine a light through it • Dip the wafer in acid, leaving a raised pattern • Repeat steps 3-6 many times, producing layers of patterns etched into the wafer Be on the lookout for a cool term in this video.
Views: 6207 Synopsys
DesignWare Bluetooth Low Energy IP Solution with Link Layer and PHY
This demonstration features Synopsys’ complete DesignWare® Bluetooth Low Energy IP solution operating in two distinct roles – as a central device and a peripheral device. Synopsys’ qualified Bluetooth Low Energy IP solution is compliant with the latest specification, will support Bluetooth 5, and offers a compact, low-power wireless IP solution for wearables and smart home applications.
Views: 2393 Synopsys
Voltage Areas
Josefina describes how the "power domain" UPF logical construct is translated to its physical representation, called a voltage area.
Views: 3807 Synopsys
Power Intent
This video defines the concept of power intent and the Unified Power Format (UPF) language used to describe it.
Views: 2353 Synopsys
Episode 8 Part 1 -- Steps 8 -10
This video covers steps 8-10 of how a chip is made including: • Cut up the wafer into many square chips • Glue the chip into a protective package • Connect the chip to the pins of the package with tiny gold wires Karen will also show how chips connect to the outside world.
Views: 4999 Synopsys
UVM-1: UVM Basics
In order to understand UVM, you must first understand the basic feature set of UVM. This webisode gives you a high level view of the four service mechanisms provided by UVM to help you reduce your coding efforts when putting together a verification testbench.
Views: 16337 Synopsys
DesignWare IP for PCI Express 4.0 Lane Margining
This demonstration shows the lane margining feature of the DesignWare® IP for PCI Express® 4.0 as defined in the latest specification, allowing system designers to assess performance variation tolerance for design robustness.
Views: 3301 Synopsys
Reducing EMI in SerDes PHYs using Spread Spectrum Clocking
Learn what spread spectrum clocking (SSC) is and why it is important to high-speed SerDes design.
Views: 1842 Synopsys
Street Lighting Design & Optimization in LightTools
To learn more about LightTools, please visit https://www.synopsys.com/optical-solutions/lighttools.html LightTools is a complete 3D optical engineering and design software product that supports virtual prototyping, simulation, optimization, and photorealistic renderings of illumination applications. This video demonstrates how LightTools can help you design and optimize high-performance, cost-effective street lighting systems. Highlights include the LightTools Optimization Module, which automatically improves the performance of virtually any type of illumination system, and the LightTools Street Lighting Utility, which can quickly evaluate luminance and illuminance on roadway surfaces and compare results to standard specifications.
Views: 12219 Synopsys
The Fastest USB 3.0 Performance in the Universe
Eric Huang demonstrates a Synopsys USB 3.0 Host, Device, and PHY IP running real USB 3.0 traffic at the fastest speeds ever recorded. The demonstration runs on HAPS FPGA-Based Prototying platform (HAPS51) with a USB 3.0 xHCI Host on Windows 7 with MCCI drivers. The Device uses Linux to implement a mass storage design. It's super fast, because we use a RAM disk (not an SSD or HDD) for storing the data so it shows the USB 3.0 Digital IP and PHYs can really move data. It's the fastest USB IP in the universe.
Views: 4371 Synopsys
DesignWare® Non-Volatile Memory (NVM) IP Characterization and Qualification Process Testing
See how DesignWare NVM IP is validated through rigorous characterization, qualification and reliability testing
Views: 2825 Synopsys
Synopsys Demonstrates First USB 3.1 IP at 10G Speeds with Ellisys Protocol Analyzer
View the world's first platform-to-platform 10G USB 3.1 IP demonstration at speeds over 900 MBps as measured by the Ellisys USB Explorer Protocol Analyzer. The new Enhanced SuperSpeed USB 3.1 specification more than doubles the data throughput of USB 3.0, and Synopsys is the first IP provider to show Host-Device data transfers at USB 3.1 speeds across multiple platforms.
Views: 7081 Synopsys
SV-1: Object-oriented programming for designers
If you are a digital design engineer working with Verilog or VHDL and are stumped by Object-oriented programming this is the webisode for you. You will see the connection between Verilog module and classes to enable you to use the full power of Object-oriented programming (OOP) to define, run and debug SystemVerilog and UVM based Testbenches.
Views: 15516 Synopsys
Cool Things You Can Do with Verdi - Introduction
In this video we'll show you how to launch Verdi Coverage and analyze your functional and code coverage results from your regression to quickly identify coverage holes.
Views: 12352 Synopsys
In this video, Josefina explains the concept and usage of scope in UPF power intent. She gives examples of how to define power intent with respect to various scopes in a design.
Views: 1989 Synopsys
UPF Supply Sets 3 - Availability, Association & Refinement
Compared to UPF Supply-Nets, Supply-Sets flow comes with many important features which are central in enabling simplified approach and faster Turn-Around-Time. This video series is targeted to Design-Engineers who are using ‘Supply-Net’ flows. These short videos should help them to learn the Supply-Set concepts (with examples) and equip them to easily migrate to ‘Supply-Sets’ flow.
Views: 1573 Synopsys
Episode 17: Chip Design Flow -- Step 7 (even more)
Step 7 of a design flow is concluded in this video. Karen explains what it means when an engineer "signs off" on a design and how the manufacturer takes over from there.
Views: 4062 Synopsys
Static Code Analysis: Scan All Your Code For Bugs
Dr. Jared DeMott of VDA Labs continues the series on bug elimination with a discussion of static code analysis. Covered in this talk are a discussion of pattern matching, procedural, data flow, and statistical analysis. Also included are examples of common software vulnerabilities such as memory corruption, buffer overflow and over reads, script injection, XSS and CSRF, command injection, and misconfigurations.
Views: 5195 Synopsys
Introduction to Embedded Vision
This video is your starting point for learning about embedded vision. It provides an overview of embedded vision and starts the conversation on how embedded vision is changing the way humans interact with their electronic devices.
Views: 1077 Synopsys
Data Preparation for Verdi
The data preparation for Synopsys Verdi® includes the KDB (Static Design Database), and the FSDB (Dynamic Simulation Database). This video introduces the simplest way to generate FSDB and KDB, and illustrates how to start Verdi to debug them. This video will help you understand: 1. The simplest way to generate FSDB from VCS. 2. How to use UFE (Unified Front-End) to generate KDB, which means to generate both simulation data (simv.daidir) and debug data (KDB) in one step. 3. How to import the design and the FSDB into Verdi. For more information on Synopsys debug solutions, visit: https://www.synopsys.com/debug
Views: 3375 Synopsys
USB Type-C Wows in Huawei Mate 10 Phones
Join Gervais Fong and Morten Christiansen as they demonstrate the USB Type-C features of the Huawei Mate 10 phone with HiSilicon Kirin 970 SoC. A single Type-C connector enables you to use the phone as a remote office, multitasking on a display while charging the phone, talking over Bluetooth, and using a wireless mouse and keyboard. Learn more about how Synopsys DesignWare USB IP can help bring your products to market at https://www.synopsys.com/usb.
Views: 6702 Synopsys
CODE V Overview: Designing Superior Imaging Optics
To learn more about CODE V, please visit https://www.synopsys.com/optical-solutions/codev.html CODE V is used by engineers to design photographic lenses, lithography systems, and many other applications where optics are used to create an image. CODE V's advanced analysis, optimization and tolerancing features help users create superior optical designs that are manufacturable and economical to produce. Using a cell phone lens example, this video provides a brief overview of tools in CODE V to help users build imaging systems that meet quality and production specifications.
Views: 10040 Synopsys
Synopsys Demonstrates MIPI Camera and Display Prototyping System
Synopsys demonstrates proven system-level interoperability utilizing Synopsys' DesignWare MIPI CSI-2 and DSI host controller as well as the DesignWare MIPI D-PHY IP solution.
Views: 2501 Synopsys
Synopsys - IP/Hardware
Synopsys is a global leader in electronic design automation, based in Silicon Valley, California, and offering tremendous challenge and opportunity to technology, IT and corporate support professionals. For programmers, designers, engineers and other technological professionals, Synopsys offers the opportunity and challenge of helping design the next generation of technology. The work done here is several years ahead of the curve, as Synopsys designs chips that helps its large, global clients accelerate their innovation. It's a rare opportunity to also accelerate your career while working in a great and flexible work culture, with a tremendously talented team.
Views: 5884 Synopsys
Equalization: Manual or Adaptive?
Understand what adaptive equalization is and how it relates to CTLE or DFE equalization in a PHY.
Views: 6879 Synopsys