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The MCU Dilemma

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By Brian Bailey, Semiconductor Engineering

Microcontroller vendors are breaking out of the box that has constrained them for years. Will new memory types and RISC-V enable the next round of changes?

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Uses, Limits And Questions For FPGAs In Autos

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By Ann Steffora-Mutschler, Semiconductor Engineering

Programmable logic in automotive applications is essential, given the parade of almost constant updates and shifts in direction, but exactly where the technology will be used has become a moving target.

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Design For Airborne Electronics

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By Ann Steffora-Mutschler, Semiconductor Engineering

The Next Generation Air Transportation System (NextGen), an FAA-led modernization of America’s air transportation system meant to make flying more efficient, predictable and safer, is currently underway as one of the most ambitious infrastructure projects in U.S. history.

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Verification Planning And Management With Formal

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By Tom Anderson, Semicondutor Engineering

Over the last twenty years, formal verification has grown from a niche technology practiced only by specialists to an essential part of mainstream chip development. Along the way, several advances were needed to make wider adoption of formal feasible.

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Making Sure RISC-V Designs Work As Expected

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By Ann Steffora-Mutschler, Semiconductor Engineering

The RISC-V instruction set architecture is attracting attention across a wide swath of markets, but making sure devices based on the RISC-V ISA work as expected is proving as hard, if not harder, than other commercially available ISA-based chips.

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Uses And Limitations Of AI In Chip Design

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By Ed Sperling, Semiconductor Engineering

Raik Brinkmann, president and CEO of OneSpin Solutions, sat down with Semiconductor Engineering to talk about AI changes and challenges, new opportunities for using existing technology to improve AI, and vice versa. What follows are excerpts of that conversation.

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