High-Reliability in FPGA Design - SEU Mitigation

Neutrons are coming for you and you'd better be prepared.  Whether we like it or not, SEUs (Single Event Upsets) are becoming a bigger and bigger problem for our designs, especially for high realibility systems.  If you thought SEUs couldn't mess up your next design because you aren't designing something destined for space, you need to think again.  In this episode of Chalk TalkHD, I chat with Jeff Garrison of Synopsys about the how we can battle SEUs (on the ground or in the air) with the latest generation of design tools.

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