has clearly been busy, because the company also announced its latest Antenna Modeling Design System (AMDS) release verifies that handheld wireless devices are equipped with hearing-aid compatibility. Agilent’s Erwin De Baetselier
is quoted in the Press Release: "By February 2008, all wireless carriers in the U.S. must ensure that 50 percent of their phones are hearing-aid compatible
We are leading the industry by offering HAC compatibility tests in our EM simulation environment, ensuring that designers of wireless devices will be able to meet these important and rigorous specifications." Who would have guessed?
announced the Board of Directors has approved Accellera’s Open Verification Library (OVL) 2.0 as an Accellera verification standard last month. Check out all the details on the Accellera website because the Press Release is happy to note: “OVL improves electronic design quality and supports Assertion-Based Verification (ABV) with Verilog, SystemVerilog, VHDL and the Property Specification Language (PSL).” What’s not to like?