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Learn how to reduce hardware, software and FPGA integration time and avoid costly delays due to FPGA design quality or documentation quality with this best practices course. See more.
Copenhagen, DK, Mar 24, 2015
Really understand DDR memory design, function and testing. By Hermann Rückerbauer. See more.
Stockholm, SE, Apr 13, 2015
Learn Signal Integrity and Advanced System Design directly from Lee Ritchey of Speeding Edge in California. Avoid repeating many common mistakes and walk away with real improvements for your current design.
Stockholm, SE, May 18th, 2015
Hands-on simulation for the Lee Ritchey: Signal Integrity course. Complement theory with real world simulations using a modern simulation tool, and learn how to efficiently do SI simulations. Works as a "day 4" of the Lee Ritchey: Signal Integrity course.
Stockholm, SE, May 21st, 2015
New course covering all technical issues involved in the design of very high speed differential signal paths.
Stockholm, SE, May 22nd, 2015
Reduce debugging and troublesome bring-up phases by understanding and designing for signal and power integrity. Learn both theory and practical tips, and do hands-on simulations to see the effects right away.
Ringwood, UK, Jun 1, 2015
Ringwood, UK, Nov 16, 2015
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Learn practical VHDL design for FPGA and ASIC. Take away a flexible FPGA project infra-structure which includes a set of scripts, example designs, modules and constraint files to use, adapt and extend in your own projects.
Munich, DE, Mar 9, 2015
Hannover, DE, Apr 20, 2015
This course teaches you how to increase productivity by enhancing VHDL coding and application skills. Presented in two distinct course modules, Expert VHDL focuses on language and synthesis issues, design maintainability and re-use, test benches and the latest techniques for verification - including an introduction to OVL/PSL and modern assertion-based approaches to verification.
Munich, DE, Mar 23, 2015