Mentor Graphics, Inc is a US-based multinational corporation dealing in electronic design automation (EDA) for electrical engineering and electronics. In 2001, it was ranked third in the EDA industry it helped create. Founded in 1981, the company is headquartered in Wilsonville, Oregon, and employs roughly 5,200 people worldwide with annual revenues of around $1 billion.

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  • Blog Post: Tell me where you are in 3 words
    I am very familiar with “the look”. It is the expression on Libby’s face – the response to me talking about something about which I have become rather enthused. This might be a book I am reading, a scientific discovery, some new software, an exciting technology or just an idea that I have had. Such enthusiasms do not last that long, but I suppose I can become slightly obsessed for a period of
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  • Blog Post: Video blog about parameter passing in C
    My latest video blog is now available. This time I am looking at how parameters are passed to functions in C. Embedded developers like to know how things work under the hood. You can see the video here or here: https://youtu.be/A2Wku_HJwhc Future video blogs will continue to look at topics of interest to embedded software developers. Suggestions for topics are always welcome via comment, email or ...
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  • How to Use the Valor Parts Library (VPL) Direct Connect Option
    See how easy it is to start using the new VPL Direct Connect Option. All you need is Valor NPI software, v9.7 or later, a subscription to VPL Direct Connect and an internet connection. The VPL Direct Connect Option offers you a lower upfront cost and lower cost of overall ownership without having to maintain a database or server.
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  • How to use the ODB++ Viewer
    It is easy to use the ODB++ Viewer to validate that your PCB design is correctly represented in your ODB++ manufacturing file. The ODB++ Viewer enables you to see exactly what the board manufacturers will be using for the analysis, tooling, and equipment programming, and it is also an excellent tool to use for incoming inspection. In this short tutorial you will learn how to: • Open an ex...
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  • OML Use Case: More Flexibility, More Efficiency
    This OML use case video demonstrates how using an Open Product Model allows PCB manufacturers to easily change the machines and vendors used in the manufacturing process. More flexibility increases the operation’s flexibility and efficiency.
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  • OML Use Case: SMT to AOI Loopback
    See how you can use OML to automatically generate a stop command to your SMT machine when a defect is detected by your Automated Optical Inspection machines. Learn more: http://omlcommunity.com/
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  • System-level Partitioning
    Xpedition helps simplify partitioning and re-partitioning operations as logical board elements are locked and moved within the board. Learn more: https://www.mentor.com/pcb/xpedition/systems-design/?cmpid=9048
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  • 3D Collision and Clearance Checking
    Checking for potential electro-mechanical collision or clearance issues associated with a product is usually only performed in the mechanical domain. Left-shifting the checking to also be performed in the electrical domain during the various phases of component placement can help ensure a more robust product. Learn more about ECAD-MCAD Collaboration at https://www.mentor.com/pcb/xpedition/mcad-co...
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  • Technology Overview: DRS360: Start with Level 5 autonomy in mind
    Here's the central idea behind DRS360: start with a platform designed for full Level 5 autonomy but that can easily scale down to Levels 3-4. This one-minute video explains the challenges of adapting existing ADAS systems, an approach to implementing self-driving that comes with unacceptable spikes in latency, power consumption and software complexity. See how DRS360 and its centralized processing...
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  • Blog Post: USB 3.2 for embedded systems
    I have always found USB a fascinating technology. It is a wonderful example of how something can have great complexity inside, which is used to render the thing very easy to use. I have written and spoken about USB many times over the years – here, for example. So, I was quite interested when I saw that USB 3.2 was coming along … When USB first appeared, back in the 1990s, it was very exciting.
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  • Blog Post: IESF Automotive 2017: EE Architecture, Autonomous, Connectivity, Electrification
    Registration for IESF Automotive 2017 is almost full! The event is expected to have record-high attendance. Integrated Electrical Solutions Forum (IESF) Automotive is the leading conference on EE design trends and solutions in the automotive industry. This year’s event will be held at the Inn at St John’s in Plymouth, Michigan on Wednesday September 20th.  Admission is free and includes a mixture
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  • Blog Post: Embedded software article: RTOS Revealed #11
    My latest article on embedded.com has been published. This piece is the tenth installment of the RTOS Revealed series, which will continue to appear through 2017 and beyond. The series will cover every aspect of real time operating systems. Tasks – configuration and API introduction In this article, I start to look at tasks, considering how they are configured and outline some API calls … Here
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  • White Paper: How to Introduce Reliability and Security into an IIoT System of Systems
    As the Industrial Internet of Things (IIoT) continues to transform businesses, factories, and entire industries across the globe, key enabling technologies must also evolve to address the ever-increasing complexities within these IIoT systems of systems. New technologies not only need to secure network endpoints, but also allow data communication across system layers. A complete end-to-end securit...
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  • Blog Post: Video blog about RTOS mailboxes and queues
    My latest video blog is now available. This is the first in an occasional series wheer I look at RTOS features and functionality. This time I am looking at inter-task communication. You can see the video here or here: https://youtu.be/OLucKgA4_qQ Future video blogs will continue to look at topics of interest to embedded software developers. Suggestions for topics are always welcome via comment, em...
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  • Event: Arm TechCon
    Come Visit the embedded systems team in  the Mentor Booth #606 and see ourhow Mentor continues to lead with the latest in technology and innovation.
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  • Blog Post: Passing data between RTOS tasks
    This is the first of an occasional series of blog postings where I will focus on a specific feature or functionality of real time operating systems [RTOS]. These postings tie in somewhat with my RTOS Revealed series of articles on embedded.com My perspective will be as a user of Mentor’s Nucleus RTOS, from where I may draw examples, but most of the information will be much more widely applicable. ...
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  • Blog Post: Understanding System Behavior on the Raspberry Pi with Sourcery Analyzer
    By Mentor Embedded Guest Bloggers: Franz Polzer, software architect, & Joe Hamman, director of field engineering The functionality and complexity of modern embedded systems is rapidly increasing, making embedded software development more difficult. Sourcery™ Analyzer is a tracing and analysis tool for visualizing and understanding the behavior of modern multicore Linux® systems. To enable Sourcery
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