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Mixed-signal and Low-power Demo -- Cadence Booth at DAC
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Insider Story of the New IEEE 1801-2013 (UPF 2.1) Standard
The IEEE has announced the publication of the new 1801-2013 standard, also known as UPF 2.1, and immediate availability for free download through the IEEE 1801-2013 Get Program . Even though the standard is new to the whole world, for the people of the   Read More »
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Mixed-Signal Technology Summit in Japan Provides Technology Updates
Japan’s semiconductor industry is undergoing a significant change in recent years. We are seeing a shrinking business in SoC development while design and semiconductor companies are trying to focus more on higher profitable and differentiable products   Read More »
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Recent Events Show That Customer Interest in Mixed-Signal Remains High
The well attended Mixed-Signal Technology Summit last month really demonstrated the tremendous interest our customers have in learning new methodologies and techniques for mixed-signal designs. I would like to share some interesting data points based   Read More »
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Mixed-Signal Gets Clear Message in China
While most of my colleagues in the US were taking a nice break during the July 4 th week, a small group of people including me was on the road for a mixed-signal Tech-on-Tour in China. There was some debate internally on whether designers in China would   Read More »
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Tech-On-Tour: Bringing Advanced Mixed-Signal Design Methodology from Concepts to Reality
About a year ago, Cadence offered a worldwide Tech-On-Tour (ToT) series for mixed-signal designs. One main objective of this seminar series is to bring the awareness of the need for a design methodology change to the broad mixed-signal designer community   Read More »
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What’s Hot for Mixed-Signal At DAC?
Analog/mixed-signal design is a hot topic at the Design Automation Conference! At DAC 2012 at San Francisco's Moscone Center next week (June 4-7), you can keep up with the latest developments in mixed-signal design methodology, including design, implementation   Read More »
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Cadence To Release the Industry's First Mixed-Signal Methodology Book
The new era of “Internet Everywhere” creates a whole new spectrum of applications, ranging from health care, automotive, to entertainment and cloud computing, which demand more and more mixed-signal and low power designs. In fact, mixed-signal   Read More »
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What is Digitally Assisted Analog Design?
Mixed-signal applications are among the fastest growing segments in the electronics and semiconductor industry. Applications in mobile communication, networking, power management, automotive, medical, imaging, safety and security require a very high integration   Read More »
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CDNLive! -- The Other Side of the Low Power Design Techniques
In a recent CDNLive! Silicon Valley presentation titled "Low Power Implementation on the Freescale Kinetis Family," Annis Jarrar from Freescale demonstrated how various low power design techniques were used in the popular Kinetis low power platform   Read More »
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