Design simulation

  • 02-Sep-2008 01:59 EDT
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Synopsys’ Saber helps design teams verify component interactions and develop multidomain systems including electrical, hydraulic, electromagnetic, and thermal. The latest release supports Robust Design/DFSS (Design for Six Sigma) methodologies to improve vehicle performance and reliability, according to the company. Features include distributed grid computing analyses, modeling for signal integrity/electromagnetic compatibility analysis, an in-vehicle networking library, design examples, worst case analysis tool, improved analysis commands, and printed circuit board interface updates. Expanded support is offered for IEEE 1076.1 language features, VHDL-AMS encryption, and qualified VDA VHDL-AMS model library.

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