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I/O Designer

Categories: Expedition

This course teaches you how to manage the data and monitor the changes between the two design flows while maintaining consistency. View course details ↓

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Live Online classes deliver all the interactivity and depth of the traditional classroom, from the convenience of your own computer, with hands-on exercises and course materials. Learn more about Live Online training

Date Time Language Price
Jul 28–302014 8–2 PM
PDT
English 1,400 USD Register

Classroom

Full instructor-led courses in a Mentor training facility, with complete course materials and access to classroom computers.

Date Location Time Language Price
Jul 22–232014 Munich Germany 9–5 PM
CEST
English 1,300 EUR Register
Oct 14–152014 Munich Germany 9–5 PM
CEST
English 1,300 EUR Register
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Course Highlights

You will learn how to

  • Use I/O Designer in different design scenarios
  • Create an I/O Designer database
  • Assign signals read in from a HDL file to the FPGA device pins
  • Automatically unravel signals and buses based on the PCB floorplan
  • Create symbols using different fracturing schemes
  • Export the created symbols to a schematic tool
  • Update and synchronize the changes between the two design flows
  • Use I/O Designer to optimize Multi-FPGA Designs
  • Manage the database in a team design using version control mechanisms

Hands-on labs

  • I/O Designer GUI and software configuration
  • Setup of FPGA/PCB projects in various design environments and design styles
  • Defining the FPGA I/O design either in I/O Designer or the FPGA flow or the PCB flow
  • Generation of the schematic sheets and symbols and the FPGA PCB mapping data
  • Update and synchronize changes between the two design flows
  • Use I/O Designer to optimize Multi-FPGA Designs
  • Manage the database in a team design using version control mechanisms

Course Information

Prerequisites

A general understanding of PCB and FPGA design flows

Knowledge of schematic capture and PCB layout

Course Part Number
  • Classroom: 221966
  • Live online: 239710
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