Semiconductor

LLMs For Hardware Design Verification

A technical paper titled “LLM4DV: Using Large Language Models for Hardware Test Stimuli Generation” was published by researchers at University of Cambridge, lowRISC, and Imperial College London. Abstract: “Test stimuli generation has been a crucial but labor-intensive task in hardware design verification. In this paper, we revolutionize this process by harnessing the power of large language models (LLMs) and present

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Spinning CRT Makes a 360 Degree Audio Oscilloscope

A question for you: if the cathode ray tube had never been invented, what would an oscilloscope look like? We’re not sure ourselves, but it seems like something similar to this mechanical tachyscope display might worked, at least up to a point. What’s ironic about this scenario is that the tachyscope [Daniel Ross] built actually uses a CRT from a

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Wii Turned Expansion Card for Broadcast Monitor

For the proper retro gaming aesthetic, plenty of gamers look to old CRT displays. Older games can look better on these displays because the original programmers took their visual characteristics into account. Finding a CRT from the 90s or early 2000s is one option, but an even better option is a broadcast video monitor (BVM) which were extremely high quality

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