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where TCLR represents the target or desired cell-loss ratio. Inorder to ensure that sufficient bandwidth is assigned to meet thedelay requirement, the equivalent bandwidth required to meet thedelay is given by

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where TCLR represents the target or desired cell-loss ratio. Inorder to ensure that sufficient bandwidth is assigned to meet thedelay requirement, the equivalent bandwidth required to meet thedelay is given by

schottky diode spice model

schottky diode spice model

schottky diode spice model

Nazomi, in this process, discovered the ever-increasing need for Java acceleration in wireless devices, especially wireless handsets. Wireless carriers had started to look at Java-based applications as a means to grow their average revenue per unit. They needed fast, reliable Java phones to deploy their services. To accommodate that need, the handset OEMs were looking for the best Java acceleration, with the quickest time-to-market. Nazomi, with a chip that could increase Java performance up to 200x, found the time right and the target customers eager to learn more about its solution for fast and reliable Java performance.

Meanwhile, back at the office, the design of your product is nearing completion. The architecture is in place, and all segments of the design are finished. But before you can go into production, you must conduct extensive verification to assure that your product will be fully functional after fabrication. Nazomi, in testing the design for the JA108, undertook multiple levels of testing. That entailed a detailed understanding of the design and the modular interfaces in order to target functionality testing efficiently.

The first level was simulation and gate-level testing. After passing those tests, the JA108 was tested in a field-programmable gate array in a board-level environment. The goal of the FPGA implementation is to simulate many more cycles than are possible on a behavioral simulator. That allows for validation of the architecture and the design at the system level, including the design's ability to run with operating systems, associated drivers and related software stacks. Assurance of complete functionality at the system level, for hardware and software components, reduces time-to-market.

Leverage tests Testing is a time-consuming process. The best way to shorten it is to leverage tests already written for similar applications. Nazomi has successfully used FPGA and other methodologies in the development of its silicon intellectual property. Since the JA108 chip is based on that IP, past development efforts were fully leveraged, thereby shortening the test cycle.

At this point in the process, you can feel the excitement. You see the light at the end of the tunnel, and it's not an oncoming train. Your design is done; the testing tells you it's good to go. Now you must have a way to produce it. That brings a new set of questions: Who? What? Where? How? How much?

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