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Analyze, design, and verify mixed-signal systems
Mixed-signal engineers use MATLAB® and Simulink® for behavioral modeling, rapid design exploration, predesign analysis, and verification of mixed-signal systems.
MATLAB and Simulink have been used in mixed-signal development for over a decade, and there are many examples of engineers successfully using them for commercial ADC, DAC, PLL, SERDES, and other mixed-signal system design and verification.
With MATLAB and Simulink, you can:
- Create top-down behavioral models of PLLs, DACs, ADCs, SERDES, and other mixed-signal systems
- Evaluate analog-digital design tradeoffs
- Link system-level models to EDA tools
- Verify designs before producing test chips