EMA's new release of its static timing analysis tool, TimingDesigner 9.3, makes the customization of diagrams and documentation easier and users more productive, the company says.
"We've made several useful additions to diagram and spreadsheet styling, as well as enhancements to the image exporting capabilities," said Manny Marcana, president and CEO of EMA. "When these new features are combined with our patented timing algorithms, TimingDesigner becomes the most robust tool on the market for timing critical designs."
A WYSIWYG editor has been added so users can quickly take what they see on the screen to create documentation. The screen can be exported as a scalable image file, and a print preview capability has also been added, so users can print directly from the tool.
Users now have multiple options and control mechanisms for defining fonts, colors, fills, line thicknesses, and more. The solution's ability to import pre-defined diagram styles has been expanded so that diagram styling can now be imported as style groups, which can be applied to the target diagram automatically or on an individual basis.
With the new multi-diagram interface, users can view and edit multiple diagrams and spreadsheets, much like opening multiple tabs in an Internet browser. Information can be compared, copied, and pasted between these tabs.
For more information, visit EMA Design Automation.
Sources: Press materials received from the company and additional information gleaned from the company's website.