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Every design has analog, digital, discrete, and passive devices. Even the most sophisticated SoC requires support circuitry to connect to power, human interface, or sensors. While SoCs have advanced, the supporting circuitry and design methodology has not evolved much. Silego has introduced a new category of devices called Configurable Mixed-Signal ICs (CMIC), which blend the best of standard linear devices and FPGAs and enable a straightforward way to design in the most cost, time, power, component, and board space-efficient manner.
This session will be a hands-on CMIC tutorial that will cover:
The capabilities of CMIC devices
Some example CMIC circuits and applications
Designing mixed-signal circuits and state machines
Simulating and optimizing the design
Programing the CMIC device
Each participant will receive a Silego Starter Programming Kit. They will be able to design a part in the class and leave with a fully functional mixed-signal device. Attendees will be able to choose between several different circuits depending on what they most interested in (IoT, power management, connectivity, display management, human interface).
How to acheive an optimal mixed-signal circuit - not one limited by separate analog, digital, and discrete partitions
How to design Configurable Mixed-Signal ICs to reduce development time, component count, power, and cost
Fun and clever architectures, techniques, and tricks that will make their projects unique and save their companies money
Anyone who designs circuits and has been frustrated by:
Waiting for sample components to arrive,
Trying to use chip-scale samples on a proto board,
The cost of standard linear devices
Needing to make just one more change before production
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