Developing the Conceptual Design
The DO-254 process defines conceptual design as a "high-level design concept that may be assessed to determine the potential for the resulting design implementation to meet the requirements." In this video, DO-254 program manager Michelle Lange discusses what steps should be taken to comply with DO-254 requirements in conceptual design, and how Mentor Graphics Vista can help engineers incorporate good DO-254 practice in complex FPGA designs.
Today’s electronic systems embed one or more processors (with software!), bus, cache as well as more and more algorithm mapped in hardware in order to cope with performance requirements.…View On-demand Web Seminar
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