TOKYO — (BUSINESS WIRE) — December 20, 2013 — Jedat Inc. (JASDAQ:3841), announced today to enter into Model Base Design market which is commonly used for system level development in variety of industries, like automotive, electric, power, system control and others. Jedat offers Wave Form Analysis tool for MAT File, called MatChart.
Jedat is a leading developer of high-performance analog and mixed-signal design automation software for integrated circuit (IC) manufacturers, gets into Model Base Design market by providing equivalent analysis solutions between Model Base Design and real electric design for electric system like automotive industry.
As a first step get into Model Based Design Market, Jedat offers “MatChart” which provides wave form analysis tool for wave form data generated by MATLAB®/Simulink® by MathWorks (Natick, Massachusetts 01760 USA). MatChart also gets approval MathWorks Connection Program membership.
MatChart allows user to verify equivalency between Model Base Design and real design which is an issue of Model Base Design. By importing MAT file data, user can compare wave forms generated by Model Base Design and real design, like SPICE simulation result, and user checks equivalency of the two designs.
In near future, Jedat offers other tools in Model Base Design Market targeting system design and electric circuit design by providing co-design solutions. For example, by referencing a design specification or parameters which is designed by Model Base and bring into analog circuit design environment and gives automatic validations. Or bring existing design resources into Model Base Design methodology to allow quicker system design and verifications.
MatChart can be sold from January 6th, 2014. Evaluation module can be downloadable from Jedat home page. http://www.jedat.co.jp/eng
Features of MatChart:
- Wave form viewer and analysis tool replaceable scope element of MATLAB/Simulink.
- Many measurement functions to show X-axis / Y-axis value and periodical information.
Without putting other component or writing a program in
MATLAB/Simulink, by just reading wave form data, user can change wave
form style which gives easy analysis of wave form.
For example, changing to FFT (Fast Fourier Transform) analysis or smith chart can be done by one command.
Wave form comparison and wave form operation are possible for
analysis. For example comparing wave form in Model Base Design and
SPICE simulation result from real design.
This feature allows user to do easy equivalency verification when bringing existing design resources into Model Base Design methodology.
Jedat offers the custom LSI design environment, the Alpha-SX series,
which automates custom LSI design such as analog LSI, power device, LCD
driver and memory for more than 30 years. Now Jedat also provides tools
to Model Base Design market based on experiences and know-hows of
software development. The distribution partners of Jedat are located in
Seoul (Korea), Beijing and Shanghai (China), Hsinchu (Taiwan) and the
U.S. West Coast. These partners provide local engineering, application,
and sales support in their respective regions.
Visit Jedat on the Web at http://www.jedat.co.jp/eng
Headquarters : 3-4-14 Higashi-Nihonbashi, Chuo-ku, 103-00104, Tokyo
Operations began : February 2, 2004
Capital : 760,007,110 Japanese yen
President & CEO : Kawauchi, Kazuyuki
Business descriptions : Research, development and sales of EDA software for designing IC (Integrated Circuit) and FPD (Flat Panel Display); related consulting services
MathWorks is the leading developer of mathematical computing software. Engineers and scientists worldwide rely on its products to accelerate the pace of discovery, innovation, and development.
MATLAB®, the language of technical computing, is a programming environment for algorithm development, data analysis, visualization, and numeric computation. Simulink® is a graphical environment for simulation and Model-Based Design of multidomain dynamic and embedded systems. The company produces nearly 100 additional products for specialized tasks such as data analysis and image processing.
MATLAB and Simulink are used throughout the automotive, aerospace, communications, electronics, and industrial automation industries as fundamental tools for research and development. They are also used for modeling and simulation in increasingly technical fields, such as financial services and computational biology. MATLAB and Simulink enable the design and development of a wide range of advanced products, including automotive systems, aerospace flight control and avionics, telecommunications and other electronics equipment, industrial machinery, and medical devices. More than 5000 colleges and universities around the world use MATLAB and Simulink for teaching and research in a broad range of technical disciplines.
Press: Hirohiko Ota
Technical: Masa Inoue