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Workshop C/C++-Based Modelling of Embedded Mixed Signal Systems. Proceedings

June 25th and 26th, 2007, Dresden
: Barnasconi, Martin; Grimm, Christoph; Einwich, Karsten
: Fraunhofer-Institut für Integrierte Schaltungen -IIS-, Institutsteil Entwurfsautomatisierung -EAS-, Dresden

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Dresden, 2007, 468 pp.
Workshop "C/C++-Based Modelling of Embedded Mixed Signal Systems" <2007, Dresden>
Conference Proceedings, Electronic Publication
Fraunhofer IIS, Institutsteil Entwurfsautomatisierung (EAS) ()

The analogue and RF content in Embedded Mixed-Signal Systems, including its environment, will play an even more dominant role in the architecture definition and verification as the number of wired and wireless interfaces and standards will increase.Furthermore, the interaction between software, digital and analogue hardware partitions needs to be modelled at specification and architectural level because analogue components will be digitally assisted and their non ideal properties will be compensated digitally. For pure digital systems, SystemC is widely accepted and standardised. However, there
is a lack of an accepted modelling language at the architectural level for the Analogue Mixed Signal (AMS) and Radio Frequency (RF) domain. Due to this lack proprietary solutions for C/C++ based system design and specification have been developed by different groups, and a huge amount of experiences has been collected for different applications. In order to consolidate the proprietary solutions towards a common language and modelling infrastructure for mixed-signal applications, the Open SystemC Initiative (OSCI) has formed an AMS Working Group aiming at standardisation of an
AMS extension of SystemC. This workshop is bringing together the experiences in the applications of existing solutions
of C/C++ based AMS system specification and design methodologies. The workshop will help to define and prioritise the requirements for a standardised and accepted modelling language at the specification and architectural level for the AMS domain, and serves as input for the OSCI AMS Working Group.