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Improvements in electronic hardware design productivity through design automation and the use of simulation

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1 Author(s)
W. A. Hanna ; McDonnell Douglas Electron. Syst. Co., St. Louis, MO, USA

Three electronic hardware products were developed with a goal of achieving first-pass success and higher design productivity through design automation and the use of simulation without relying on the conventional prototype stage. The three designs cover a wide range of electronic hardware for aerospace applications: a dual processor flight-worthy military standard 1750A computer; a 12 K gate array using 1-μ-micron VHSIC class bulk CMOS technology to implement the flight-control electronics (FCE) function for advanced aircraft; and a very-high-speed (>1-GHz) radar range-counter for radars and/or laser radars using digital GaAs standard-cell technology

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Aerospace and Electronics Conference, 1989. NAECON 1989., Proceedings of the IEEE 1989 National

Date of Conference:

22-26 May 1989