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Stacy Whiteman

I've worked in EDA since 1993 (egads--the interwebs had a lot fewer tubes back then) when I found my true calling as an AE after solving a simulation problem for a very grateful customer at 5:30PM on a Friday so he could leave for his vacation. I've worked for Cadence 2X (this time since 2005) as well as several other smaller companies which have since been absorbed into various collectives.

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Virtuosity: 20 Things I Learned in July and August 2014 by Browsing Cadence Online Support
Highlights from July and August 2014 for resources related to Cadence Virtuoso and other electronics design tools.   Read More »
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Virtuosity: 21 Things I Learned in May and June 2014 by Browsing Cadence Online Support
Application Notes 1. Setting PVS to QRC av_extracted Flow with tsmc28 (& tsmc40 ) LVS Shows you how to put in place the PVS(LVS)-QRC(av_extracted) view using TSMC files. Videos 2. Mismatch Contribution in Virtuoso Analog Design Environment GXL Mismatch   Read More »
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Virtuosity: 19 Things I Learned in April 2014 by Browsing Cadence Online Support
Plenty to keep you busy this month. Lots of RAKs, videos, and new Quick Start Guides and FAQs. Application Notes 1. Using Annotation Browser with Virtuoso IPVS Learn how to invoke the Annotation Browser and have it always appear docked to a specific location   Read More »
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Keeping Your Circuit in Tune: Sensitivity Analysis and Circuit Optimization
Anyone who has ever played a musical instrument knows how hard it can be to keep the instrument in tune when subjected to variations in weather conditions. Heck, in 2009, Yo-Yo Ma and friends (sorry, he gets top billing because I used to play the cello   Read More »
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Virtuosity: 15 Things I Learned in March 2014 by Browsing Cadence Online Support
Highlights for this month include lots of useful Physical Verification System (PVS) appnotes and several blog articles on advanced analyses and flows in Analog Design Environment (ADE) GXL. Application Notes 1. Physical Verification Checks and Generic   Read More »
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Virtuosity: 14 Things I Learned in January and February 2014 by Browsing Cadence Online Support
Time just got away from me last month, so here's two months worth of new content for your browsing enjoyment... Videos 1. Integration Constraints Capability used in Mixed Signal Design Implementation Explains and demonstrates the integration constraints   Read More »
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What's the Worst that Could Happen?: Worst-Case Corners in ADE GXL
In addition to combinations of temperature range and power supply voltages (usually more than one), the process design kit which landed on your desk yesterday presented a bewildering alphabet soup of device corner combinations which you need to consider   Read More »
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Virtuosity: 15 Things I Learned in December 2013 by Browsing Cadence Online Support
With this month's title, I'll need to start adding the year, as this marks the one-year anniversary of the montly series. I know it's been a useful monthly exercise for me. Hopefully it has been helpful for everyone out there as well. Application   Read More »
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Virtuosity: 12 Things I Learned in November by Browsing Cadence Online Support
New content on a wide variety of topics in November. Product Information 1. Cadence Online Support Release Highlights Find out about all the new improvements which have been made to the Product Pages on COS. 2. PVE Release Mechanism Change Letter Changes   Read More »
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Virtuosity: 12 Things I Learned in October by Browsing Cadence Online Support
Lots of routing, a little AMS, and finishing off with some fun... Application Notes 1. Constraint Implementation and Validation in interoperability flow The Mixed Signal Interoperability (MSI) flow allows designers to seamlessly transfer and implement   Read More »
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