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Today we take a break from our regular posts on Allegro System Capture features and basics to announce a Cadence Training webinar on System-Level Design with Senior Application Engineer, Dave Palumbo.
In the product design world, there is a disconnect between system architecture design and implementation. Creating a system that meets cost, performance, and form factor requirements is a constant challenge for design architects and hardware designers. There is a need for products that can help them design systems to meet the goals of their end products within the time-to-launch window.
This brings us to a different facet of Allegro System Capture. In addition to being a powerful schematic capture application and a comprehensive design environment, Allegro System Capture is also a scalable, easy-to-use solution for quick system design intent creation.
Using the system-level design features of Allegro System Capture, you can create high-level system architecture and functional block diagrams that stay connected to the detailed implementation of each board in the product. You have an intuitive, easy-to-use environment for designing systems that are correct by construction.
Moreover, a system can be partitioned into multiple boards to ensure that system assembly and connectivity are current from the beginning and throughout the design process. Allegro System Capture also enables the high-level functional and architectural description of the multi-board system to stay in sync with the detailed implementation of each of the boards in the system.
The Cadence Training team brings to you an in-depth webinar to explain how all of this works. In this webinar, you’ll also learn about:
Wednesday, February 23
08:00 PST / 11:00 EST / 16:00 GMT / 17:00 CET / 18:00 IST/ 21:30 IST (India)
To register for the webinar:
You’ll receive a confirmation email containing all login details after a successful registration.
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That’s all for now!