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Tanner Designer: Analog Verification
Most design teams struggle with verification on the analog portion of their designs. While huge strides have been made in digital design over the past decade, analog design remains more of a mystery for many engineers. In this episode of Chalk Talk, Amelia Dalton chats with Mass Sivilotti from Mentor about Tanner Designer – a solution that addresses the challenges of verifying today’s analog designs.
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