There is no better way other than a
self-help training kit -- (rapid adoption kit, or RAK) -- to demonstrate the Incisive
Enterprise Simulator's IEEE 1801 / UPF low-power features and its usage. The
Mickey Rodriguez, AVS
Staff Solutions Engineer has developed a low power UPF-based RAK, which is now
available on Cadence Online Support for you to download.
Patent-Pending Power Supply Network Browser.
(Only available with the LP option to IES)
The complete RAK and associated
overview presentation can be downloaded from our SoC and Functional
Verification RAK page:
IEEE-1801 Low Power Simulation
Download (2.3 MB)
We are covering the following
technologies through our RAKs at this moment:
Synthesis, Test and Verification flow
Encounter Digital Implementation (EDI)
System and Sign-off Flow
Virtuoso Custom IC and Sign-off Flow
SOC and IP level Functional
System level verification and
validation with Palladium XP
Please visit http://support.cadence.com/raks to download your copy of RAK.
We will continue to provide self-help
content on Cadence Online Support, your 24/7 partner for learning more about
Cadence tools, technologies, and methodologies as well as getting help in
resolving issues related to Cadence software. If you are signed up for e-mail
notifications, you're likely to notice new solutions, application notes
(technical papers), videos, manuals, etc.
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Sumeet Aggarwal and Adam Sherer