Nearly all of today's chips contain Analog/Mixed-Signal circuits. Although these often constitute only 25% of the total die, they are often 100% of the product differentiation and also, unfortunately, 80% of the problems in actually getting the chip to market in a cost effective and timely way. Better design – executed more productively – is critical for today's sophisticated chips and SoC's.
These courses will introduce advanced Mixed-Signal verification techniques and help leaners understand how to choose the best methodology for a given design and execute it efficiently. These courses will cover a general understanding of Mixed-Signal design types and design verification requirements with a high-level overview of verification choices and results.
The target audience of these courses is the Mixed-Signal – and/or CAD – Engineers or Managers looking for ways to manage complex Mixed-Signal design structures by understanding the various available techniques addressing the challenges in Mixed-Signal SoC designs.