Electronic System-Level (ESL) Design
Agilent provides the most accurate communications system design tools which accelerate PHY development and verification time by reducing cross domain iterations. With Agilent, you'll be able bring real-world effects higher in the design validation process.
ESL Design Challenges
- Analog/RF and baseband/DSP/embedded teams often work in relative isolation in the design or HW validation phases, increasing the risk of time consuming and expensive iterations.
- Traditional single domain “point tools” have poor to no interaction with the real world and rely on mathematical models to capture real-world effects.
- Validating hardware after systems achieve hardware integration may mask critical design flaws and require complicated physical test benches for verification of final designs.
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Addressing VHT 802.11ac WLAN MIMO Design and Test Challenges
SystemVue is used with test equipment to evaluate design trade-offs of a 160 MHz 802.11ac WLAN two channel MIMO system.
Agilent EEsof Electronic System Level Design Flow with SystemVue
This video shows the Electronic System Level, or ESL, design flow from Agilent based on SystemVue -- the fastest way to design and validate challenging physical layer communications systems, where baseband and RF must work together.
Agilent's Baseband and RF Software
Brief overview of SystemVue ESL Software from IMS 2010