From the series: Designing Mixed-Signal Systems using MATLAB and Simulink
Mike Woodward, MathWorks
Top-down design offers a much faster approach to mixed-signal design than traditional methods. This webinar shows how top-down can be realized in a design flow and how it can be integrated with existing design flows and tools. It demonstrates how top-down design accelerates the design process.
The webinar uses a number of examples and case studies to illustrate top-down design. The examples will include:
About the Presenter:
Mike Woodward is the communications and semiconductor industry marketing manager at MathWorks. He has degrees in Semiconductor and Microwave Physics and has been active in the communications and semiconductor industry for many years. Mike worked on the transmission infrastructure for the UK’s commercial DAB transmission network, a project that was awarded the British Computer Society’s IT Award for Excellence in 2000. He has also worked on audio processing and has several audio processing patents. Over the last few years, he has been working on mixed-signal design at MathWorks and has written a number of articles on system-level mixed-signal design.
Recorded: 26 Jun 2013
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