System-Level Debugging and Monitoring of FPGA Designs

This white paper describes the latest state-of-the-art methods for debugging and monitoring large FPGA designs both during the simulation phase of development and after device configuration, and details the current practices that Altera has identified across a representative number of customer designs. In addition, the paper presents a platform that enables FPGA designers to easily add runtime visibility into their FPGA systems while ensuring the scalability needed in today’s increasingly large designs and compilation times.

 

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