This weekly posting provides a condensation of some of the best EDA and IP blogs from the web over the past week. If you have a blog feed that you would like me to consider, please let me know and I will include it in future editions.This week’s winner is:Why Cadence Bought Sigrity – And How it May Change PCB Analysis
– Richard Goering explains the synergies that may come from this acquisition.Other good blogs, papers and articles include:Adding Xilinx C Models to the Virtual Platform of the Zynq-7000 EPP
– Jason AndrewsWhitepaper: 20nm is More Than Just Double Patterning
– Richard GoeringDebugging Your Startup Requires Peace of Mind
– Sean MurphyHMI Joy of Use
- Phil Burr asks if you want a UI upgrade when pulling into the gas station. A more powerful phone
- Colin Walls asks what would happen if designers didn’t consider power.My Clark Kent Moment – How I Discovered Aspect Oriented Programming in e (IEEE 1647)
- Axel Scherer adds an interesting graphic to his serious article.IP Talks! Video – ARM’s John Heinlein Cites SoC Success Requirements
- Richard GoeringMixed-Signal Gets Clear Message in China
– Qi Wang realizes that getting there slower can sometimes get you there faster.An upheaval in automotive electronics
- John Day. What the cloud means for automotive telematics.Developing High-Frequency integrated circuits for test and measurement
- Christian LohnerWhere's the Best Place to Put a Radiator in a Room. Part 1: Such Things are Important
- Robin Bornoff considers radiator placement because of a bad summer in the UK.
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