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After Silicon, SoC, and System Realization comes Dynasty Realization

The EDA360 vision document divides the world of electronic design into Silicon, SoC, and System Realization. It’s a product-oriented view and it has pushed all EDA vendors to embrace what designers always knew: product design is hard from the chip … Continue reading


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Friday Video: Australia’s Dave Jones tears down another ‘scope, reveals more System Realization secrets

Last time, Dave Jones tore down a low-end Agilent digital ‘scope on his EEVBlog.com site. This time, Tektronix loaned him a brand-new, $28,400 MDO4000 Mixed Domain Oscilloscope. What did he do? He reviewed it in an hour-and-a-half video (not shown … Continue reading

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Agilent isn’t the only vendor differentiating its scopes with ASICs. Add Tektronix and LeCroy to the list.

Back in February, I wrote about the new Agilent InfiniiVision 2000 and 3000 X-Series of low-end, digital sampling oscilloscopes (DSOs) and mixed-signal oscilloscopes (MSOs). (See “Agilent knocks one out of the park with new, low-cost line of digital scopes—a very … Continue reading

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