Computational tool to support design of DAC Converter model AD7528 with the object code in XML
Proceedings - 2012 9th Electronics, Robotics and Automotive Mechanics Conference, CERMA 2012, p. 327-332.
Almeida, Tiago da Silva
Silva, Alexandre César Rodrigues da
Sampaio, Daniel Julien Barros da Silva
Based on literature review, electronic systems design employ largely top-down methodology. The top-down methodology is vital for success in the synthesis and implementation of electronic systems. In this context, this paper presents a new computational tool, named BD2XML, to support electronic systems design. From a block diagram system of mixed-signal is generated object code in XML markup language. XML language is interesting because it has great flexibility and readability. The BD2XML was developed with object-oriented paradigm. It was used the AD7528 converter modeled in MATLAB / Simulink as a case study. The MATLAB / Simulink was chosen as a target due to its wide dissemination in academia and industry. From this case study it is possible to demonstrate the functionality of the BD2XML and make it a reflection on the design challenges. Therefore, an automatic tool for electronic systems design reduces the time and costs of the design.