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Design Techniques Using SystemView

Mon, 09/08/2003 - 7:35am
Design Techniques Using SystemView is intended to familiarize engineers with SystemView capabilities and tools. The course provides practical, hands-on training in system design using SystemView. This course is essential for engineers wishing to gain an understanding of the practical use of simulation-based analysis and design software as part of their development process. It is structured as a three-day course consisting of lectures and hands-on lab exercises.

Day one is an introduction to SystemView that provides instruction on basic operation, including useful shortcuts and techniques that will increase your productivity. Days two and three provide theory and hands-on instruction in various design techniques.

Day One: Introduction to SystemView

• How the simulation engine works

• Setting the time base

• Setting parameters and tokens

• The SystemView libraries and their functions

• Sources and sinks

• Metasystem creation

• Sampling and decimating

• Duplicating and connecting tokens

• Global parameter links

• Analysis window and block processing

• Importing and exporting data

• Scheduler use to control states of systems

• Debugging with the Dynamic System Probe

Days Two and Three: Design Techniques

• Communications System Design

• QPSK modulation

• BER analysis

• Synchronization and timing

• Baseband pulse shaping

RF System Design

• noise figure

• mixers

• amplifiers

• S-Parameters

DSP System Design

• Bit-true design

• Using the DSP flags

• Arithmetic modes

General System Design

• FFT Analysis

• Implicit delays

• Filter design

• Baseband simulation techniques

• Multi-rate simulation

Special Topics

• User Code design

• APG Automatic Program Generation

• Real Time Co-Simulation with TI DSK

• 802.11 a/b

• 3G Design

• HDL solution, System design, RTL, test and verify (NEW)

Who Should Attend

Engineers, technicians and managers involved in digital, analog, or mixed-mode system design.

Duration 3 days

Date Refer to enrollment form for scheduled course dates
Time 9:00am – 4:30pm
Location ExecuTrain of Thousand Oaks
223 E. Thousand Oaks Blvd., Suite 401
Thousand Oaks, CA 91360
Price $1475
Terms Payment in full must be received no later than three weeks before the course date.

Class size is limited to 12 students. Space is available on a first come, first served basis. ELANIX reserves the right to cancel classes and will endeavor to notify students of cancellations at least one week before the scheduled start of class.

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