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  • Mixed Signal Technology Summit Proceedings Now Available
    In September 2012, Cadence held its second Mixed-Signal Summit in San Jose, California. 150 users attended the Summit. The full day program was packed by user presentations. Strong participation and attendance was yet another confirmation of increased design activities in the mixed-signal area. Attendees used the opportunity to ask questions, ...
    Posted to Mixed-Signal Design (Weblog) by nizic on Thu, Dec 13 2012
  • How to Design Analog/Mixed Signal (AMS) at 28nm
    Wireless, networking, storage, computing and FPGA applications have been moving aggressively to advanced process nodes to take advantage of lower power consumption, improved performance and area reduction. Today, most of these applications integrate a significant amount of analog/mixed signal (AMS) or RF together with digital circuits. Since ...
    Posted to Mixed-Signal Design (Weblog) by nizic on Tue, Jun 21 2011
  • Advanced Mixed-Signal Designs Demand a Unified Methodology
    Mobile, automotive, consumer and medical applications require the productive realization of large and complex mixed-signal systems in silicon, and they must be on time and within budget constraints. Process capabilities make it possible to implement analog and RF circuits in CMOS technology at advanced nodes, and to integrate analog and digital ...
    Posted to Mixed-Signal Design (Weblog) by nizic on Sun, Feb 6 2011
  • ARM And Cadence Get To The “Core” Of Mixed-Signal Design
    An increasing number of analog and mixed-signal designs in automotive, power management, wireless, medical, and industrial applications require digital control. But designing a state machine, and integrating the increasing amount of logic gates that implements it, has been challenging for analog designers. They often start implementing some ...
    Posted to Custom IC Design (Weblog) by nizic on Tue, Jun 8 2010
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