Two types of hardware bug can be added, including the FPGA. Design errors were removed due to human error in verifying their work. On the other hand, system problems increase with an automatic design refinement tool chain and are often checked with confirmation. When added to terminal equipment, these can be difficult to find and destroy.

The high quality FPGA solution depends on the chain’s efficiency, especially the improvements offered by innovation and P&R (place and route) functions. The register ratio is determined by the inter-register logic, which allows sections to lose the matrix if this ratio is not balanced in the design code. In this case, the sequential optimization is changed by the flip-flop position relative to the logical gates, which are considered crucial FPGA synthesis and P&R capabilities.

These measures have encouraged FPGAs to invest in sophisticated and advanced synthesis technologies. Dynamic optimization is used in this regard to design operations with a high level of alignment, which is an integral part of the overall version of the FPGA design (QoR).

For smaller FPGAs, errors based on the RTL code refinement process are rare and are detected during the last FPGA test of the hardware. For larger FPGAs that use a modern design process, this premise has proven to be incorrect and can cause significant design problems.

Hardware-Assisted FPGA/RTL Solutions

Embedded One has a long history of developing hardware management solutions. We also have a proven record of the development of Microsemi/Microchip FPGA prototype boards, and it is great to be able to combine these specialized areas to solve verification problems today.

Simulation acceleration methods have been around for about twenty years, but most products are based on FPGAs from one or two major FPGA manufacturers. It usually does not matter which FPGA family is used during the simulation period when synchronized RTL surrounds the design.

The growing complexity of design, coupled with shorter design processes and shorter marketing times, is driving engineers on the IP channel used by the FPGA vendor rather than producing RTL code. The disadvantage is that the dependent on provided FPGA technology and the IP block used often requires more computational power to simulate than pure RTL code.

Benefits of Embedded One Solutions

The use of Embedded One services has directly related to the quality, reliability, design plan and engineering efficiency of the final project. It is not surprising that it is used by many electronics companies around the world that work with large FPGAs. Here are the benefits of Embedded One solutions,

  • Ensure that any problems found during the last FPGA test are related to design rather than the system, which speeds up and simplifies debugging.
  • Eliminate the time-consuming needs to create various complex tests to target systematic errors or anticipate organized error conditions.
  • Ensure that the final format does not contain errors in the system angles and ensure inconsistencies between the valid RTL code and the gate-level final scale format.

Confidence to use the most powerful accessories without worrying about defects that result in quality design features.