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Webinar Calendar for the week of: January 03, 2012


Complimentary Online Seminars
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Tuesday, January 17 - 10:00 AM PT / 01:00 PM ET
Most advanced SoCs have to address power consumption and dissipation whether the design is targeted for a desktop or portable application. In this seminar, we will demonstrate silicon-proven methodologies to describe power intent with IEEE 1801 (UPF) using a hierarchical design flow to address power consumption and design size concurrently. We will walk you through some of the key steps in implementing and analyzing a hierarchical design using UPF for both bottom-up and top-down Synopsys Galaxy-based flows.
Synopsys
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On-Demand webinars:
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On-Demand
Less than 2% of the world's computer chips actually go into computers. The other 98% are all embedded MCUs. Today's MCU chips give NASA's moon lander a run for its money, yet cost less than a tall latté. See and hear how the wealth of 32-bit MCUs can open up design doors for engineers and programmers accustomed to cramped, underpowered, and awkward 8-bit or 16-bit chips. The 32-bit revolution is upon us. How will you use the performance?
ON Semi
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On-Demand
Protecting against ESD, Latch-up, reliability and other EOS events can be challenging, particularly with when multiple power domains and thin-oxide gates are used extensively. This webinar discusses how designers can detect sources of reliability issues within their designs and effectively verify signal paths in multi-power domain designs. Also highlighted are the benefits of voltage dependant, and voltage aware checks - both on the topological representation of designs (netlist), and the physical layout.
Mentor Graphics
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On-Demand
This webinar will look at how a constant current regulator or CCR can be used to create a low power, low cost, high efficiency charging solution that is suitable for rechargeable batteries covering a broad selection of different target applications, from standard AA batteries used in the domestic environment, to portable consumer devices, right through to handheld power tools.
ON Semi
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On-Demand
Join LeCroy as we look at the details of these technology improvements for specific application examples. Comparisons of 12 bit versus 8 bit will be discussed with attention on: methods to improve accuracy; 12 bit scopes performance versus stretching the performance of 8 bit scopes using averaging and filtering; practical design examples of detecting and measuring small signals buried in large signals; 12 bit versus 8 bit ADC's with frequency domain measurements.
LeCroy
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On-Demand
Learn how latest innovations in NXP's asymmetrical dual-core LPC4300 allow developers to maximize performance in signal processing and microcontroller applications including digital audio, industrial automation and motor control without adding additional costs. Providing almost twice the performance without the cost and complexity of typical dual-cores, the LPC4300's Cortex-M0 co-processor can offload many of the data movement and I/O handling duties that can drain the bandwidth of the powerful Cortex-M4 core. Additionally, NXP's unique configurable peripherals—such as the State Configurable Timer and Serial GPIO—can also offload processor bandwidth while providing maximum I/O flexibility to the developer.
NXP
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On-Demand
This webcast reveals the secrets behind selecting the best DAC product for your application. Revealed within are the technical details behind five of the key specification areas of Precision Digital to Analog Converters (DAC). Topics reviewed are Resolution and Accuracy, Total Unadjusted Error, Output Noise, Output Timing and finally System Level Application considerations. These five areas are featured on most DAC Datasheets but often their relevance in real world applications is misunderstood. Participants will emerge from this webcast with a deeper understanding of DACs and how their specifications can impact system level performance.
Analog Devices
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On-Demand
We are surrounded by industrial control equipment that treats our drinking water, generates and distributes electricity, controls HVAC and elevators in buildings, keeps the trains on schedule, builds our cars and favorite electronic gadgets, and more. Freescale Power Architecture has been used to control and interconnect these devices for more than 20 years. Come hear about why leading customers select and trust our processors to control such critical infrastructure equipment.
Freescale Semiconductor
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On-Demand
In March 2011, Xilinx unveiled the details of the Zynq™-7000 Extensible Processing Platform (EPP), a new category of product that tightly integrates a complete ARM® Cortex™-A9 MPCore™ processor-based system with 28nm, low-power programmable logic for system architects and embedded software developers to extend, customize, optimize and differentiate their systems. As the industry's first extensible processing platform Zynq-7000 EPP was developed to achieve the levels of processing and compute performance required in embedded applications targeting markets such as video surveillance, automotive driver assistance, factory automation, wireless communications and many others. This second Zynq-7000 EPP webcast will provide the latest information on Zynq-7000 solutions including additional architectural details and an update on the rapidly expanding Zynq-7000 EPP ecosystem and infrastructure.
Xilinx
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On-Demand
Instead of looking at renewable energy as a contributor to the country's electrical grid, this Design News webcast will examine it as a direct source for products ranging from cell phones to light switches to sensors. Steve Grady from Cymbet Corp. and Chris Link from Texas Instruments will discuss how solar and other forms of energy can be used to power devices that don't necessarily need an AC source or a battery.
Intel
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On-Demand
As a companion to the "Mechatronics Special Report" from Design News, this Webcast explores the most intriguing trends, technologies and applications of mechatronics in the aerospace and defense industries.
Intel
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On-Demand
Virtualization is rapidly becoming one of the key enablers of security, critical path isolation and device consolidation in embedded computing environments. Increasingly more and more functionality is being required from embedded systems without compromising deterministic real-time requirements. Explore how Intel hardware assisted virtualization technology (Intel® VT) is making such demanding embedded applications possible. Example use cases include: legacy OS consolidation, trusted/open application integration, RTOS/GPOS consolidation, performance-critical application separation and OS/soft failover.
Intel
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On-Demand
This webinar is for embedded design engineers who want to find out more about the Intel® Atom™ processor family. It will focus on the Intel® Atom™ processor E6xx series and highlight the differences and similarities between this embedded processor and the various Intel® Atom™ processors available for the netbook, tablet PC and digital home markets. The start of the course will comprise of an overview of the embedded Intel® Atom™ processor offerings with specific cases of where customers have used these processors in their applications and will close with a demonstration of some of the features available on edc.intel.com website.
Intel
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On-Demand
This webinar covers the design recommendations for the latest Intel® Atom™ processor E6xx B-1 stepping-based platform. Details of the enhancements in B1 associated with board, BIOS and driver change will be provided as well. All embedded developers and product/program managers who would like to find out the next level detail of the Intel Atom processor E6xx series are highly encouraged to participate in this webinar.
Intel
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On-Demand
The next generation Intel® Atom™ processor-based platform (codenamed Cedar Trail) offers the flexibility to design many embedded intelligent devices. This session provides key features of the hardware and software components of this platform. With multiple product offerings, the platform can scale in power as well as performance to fit the needs of various market segments. The next generation Intel Atom processor (codenamed Cedar View) offers rich graphics display configurations and media opening the door to innovative portable retail devices and entry digital signs.

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