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Title : Mixed Signal Verification of Dynamic Adaptive Power Management in Low Power SoC
Company : DVCon 2010
File Name : 30_OH328.pdf
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Date : 26-Mar-2011
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Virtually all modern SoC designs today are mixed-signal in nature. Most systems have to interface their millions of gates, DSPs, memories, and processors to the real world through a display, an antenna, a sensor, a cable or an RF interface. The already complex task of functional verification at the SoC level is getting harder and more time consuming. Up until recently, mixed-signal designs could be decomposed into separate analog and digital functions.
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