EDA Market: Three Countries Stand on Each Other and Maintain a Relatively Balanced Pattern

Sharp tools make good work. Today's chip design has reached 100 million gate level integration, and even the most experienced design engineers can't complete it by hand. In the process of chip design, simulation verification is a very important link to ensure that the chip meets the expected design performance requirements before entering the production process.

EDA industry, which provides simulation and verification tools for chip design engineers, is the most upstream and high-end node in the ecological chain of the whole semiconductor industry.

The global EDA market is basically dominated by three companies: cadence, Synopsys and mentor graphics

Mentor graphics, the smallest of them, has been acquired by Siemens. After more than 30 years of industry development and market competition, these three major EDA suppliers have their own unique advantages and maintain a relatively balanced pattern in the dynamic changes of global semiconductor technology and market.

The three EDA suppliers can provide a complete set of chip design solutions, including a complete set of design tools such as analog, digital front-end, back-end, DFT and signoff. Cadence's strength lies in analog and mixed signal simulation and layout design, but its signoff tool is weak. Synopsys has the advantages of digital front-end, digital back-end and ptsignoff, while mentor has the advantages of calibre signoff and DFT.

In addition, candence and Synopsys also provide IP authorization (hard core and soft core), which is very attractive to small and medium-sized design companies. Authorized IP usually includes hard cores with relatively high R & D costs or thresholds such as memory, SerDes and power management.

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Recording an Instructor While Filming Him From a Distance
Simple solution is for you to get all your audio from the PA mixer, and for when the instructor does his walkabout, just turn down or mute the signal to the speakers instead of muting the mic.This way you keep the same audio signal throughout for your recording, so no messing about with other microphonesOK, so here's my problem:I snuck myself into our Ninjutsu club's sporting event as the "photographer" - I have to video the event using my consumer Canon HF10 camcorder, and I'll have to produce a DVD of the event.Now, I have also videoed the previous event, and have detected a problem with recording the instructor's speech:The process is that the instructor demonstrates a technique, and then everyone practices the technique. The instructor then walks around, correcting mistakes. During the demos there is little problem: Everyone is (mostly) quite and the instructor wears a mike (connected to a little box worn at belt level) transmitting to an amplifying system (at least he did during the last event). So theres no problem there.However, when the instructor moves around he turns off the mike (because obviously he neednt be heard all across the mat). Its tough to run after him with the camera and the tripod, because people are spread all over the mat. Moreover, when he says the interesting things, people gather around him listening (and speaking). Also people around me go on training, which may get quite noisy. So I can't get a clear recording of the instructor and we miss the best parts, the corrections people could really learn from.So, what I need is some way to capture what hes saying while he's far from the camera. Any suggestions?Points to consider:This is Ninjutsu, so the instructor is moving around and is active, especially when doing the class demos. However, as hes the one doing the throws etc., and considering hes already wired to the amplifying systems mike, hes not overly active.Its a hobby. Im not going to be paid so expenses should be not too high.The result should be merged as a soundtrack to the video.The camera has no genlock.Im much more into it than the instructor is. Its a little like the cat and the bell, so it needs to be as little a hassle as possible.Thanks!·OTHER ANSWER:OK, so here's my problem:I snuck myself into our Ninjutsu club's sporting event as the "photographer" - I have to video the event using my consumer Canon HF10 camcorder, and I'll have to produce a DVD of the event.Now, I have also videoed the previous event, and have detected a problem with recording the instructor's speech:The process is that the instructor demonstrates a technique, and then everyone practices the technique. The instructor then walks around, correcting mistakes. During the demos there is little problem: Everyone is (mostly) quite and the instructor wears a mike (connected to a little box worn at belt level) transmitting to an amplifying system (at least he did during the last event). So theres no problem there.However, when the instructor moves around he turns off the mike (because obviously he neednt be heard all across the mat). Its tough to run after him with the camera and the tripod, because people are spread all over the mat. Moreover, when he says the interesting things, people gather around him listening (and speaking). Also people around me go on training, which may get quite noisy. So I can't get a clear recording of the instructor and we miss the best parts, the corrections people could really learn from.So, what I need is some way to capture what hes saying while he's far from the camera. Any suggestions?Points to consider:This is Ninjutsu, so the instructor is moving around and is active, especially when doing the class demos. However, as hes the one doing the throws etc., and considering hes already wired to the amplifying systems mike, hes not overly active.Its a hobby. Im not going to be paid so expenses should be not too high.The result should be merged as a soundtrack to the video.The camera has no genlock.Im much more into it than the instructor is. Its a little like the cat and the bell, so it needs to be as little a hassle as possible.Thanks!
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