E3.series electrical and wire harness design software can be used in combination with Saber Simulation software by Synopsys to simulate the behavior of a DC circuit. By installing the add-on tool E3.SaberFrameway, users can access the E3.Saber toolbar, which enables the design and configuration or schematic created within E3.series to be net-listed and passed automatically to the Saber Simulator and plot file for result viewing.
Synopsys technology is at the heart of innovations that are changing the way we live and work. The Internet of Things. Autonomous cars. Wearables. Smart medical devices. Secure financial services. Machine learning and computer vision. These breakthroughs are ushering in the era of Smart, Secure Everything―where devices are getting smarter, everything’s connected, and everything must be secure.
A few weeks ago I was at DesignCon 2017, with the other 3999 people that registered for this annual event; learning about the latest hot topics being talked about in the industry, which included modelling and analysis of high-speed digital circuitry, the latest fast memory architectures such as GDDR5, DDR5 and DDR6, power distribution and power integrity, plus wider engineering issues such as IoT and eLearning.
In the electronics and electrical engineering design communities there is plenty of talk about IoT, particularly in relation to the opportunities, but arguably the more pressing issue right now is the need to design for security in the connected world.
Here’s a new blog post brought to you by Synopsys, focusing on DDR and SI using a combined Synopsys-Zuken flow.This was originally posted by Hélène Thibiéroz on January 23rd, 2014 on the Synopsys’ Blog.
The E3.saberframeway add-on module, that interfaces between Synopsys’s Saber software and Zuken’s E³.series electrical design environment, means that you can carry out functional checks on your wiring and fluid designs and optimize your existing circuits. But there is also a group of people who use this for scatter analysis. With high volume and mass produced products there is a certain degree of scatter in quality. To avoid system failures it is important to carry-out worst-case simulation.