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Srdjan Djordjevic, senior sales technical leader at Cadence, has been a busy man carrying the banner for automotive design solutions. Earlier this year he attended an automotive congress in Munich where he showed an ECU-ECU simulation demonstration using Allegro Sigrity tools. He said:
“You have extraction of the first electronic control unit PCB using a finite solver or 3D element extraction solver. Then we had assembly of the cable and the connector and also the extraction of the second ECU. We made the channel simulation and showed that to the community.”
He said the automotive industry is generally used to designing around slower speeds, and they were unaware of the kinds of analysis and simulation that can be done on the PCB and system levels.
Following up on that, Djordjevic came to Embedded World here in February to show off Allegro Sigrity tools and their utility in automotive electronics design.
Here’s our conversation from the booth:
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