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Jim Hogan,Virtuoso

  • IBIS model simulation

    I am designing a Data acquisition system with a Texas instruments ADC, Inamps and a ST micro electronics micro controller. I am getting spice models for my inamps, differential amplifiers etc. so that I could do SPICE simulation. I wish to see the output of my ADC if I am providing an input signal with...
    Posted to PCB Design (Forum) by niranjan madha on Wed, Apr 17 2013
  • Jim Hogan Presents Vision of “Democratized” MEMS

    If you work with micro-electrical mechanical systems (MEMS) today, you are probably a highly trained expert. And that's a problem. For MEMS devices to become more prolific in consumer devices, we need to "democratize" MEMS design and integration so it's not confined to a handful of...
    Posted to Industry Insights (Weblog) by rgoering on Sun, May 22 2011
  • Q&A: Jim Hogan Identifies Custom/Analog Challenges and Solutions

    Jim Hogan has been a mover and shaker in the EDA industry since long before the term "EDA" was invented. Today a well-known independent venture capitalist, Hogan previously ran both R&D and marketing for the Cadence Virtuoso product, and he knows the custom/analog world well. He's invested...
    Posted to Industry Insights (Weblog) by rgoering on Sun, Mar 20 2011
  • Problems Importing OA Design from Virtuoso into Encounter

    Hello, While trying to perform place and route using Encounter I'm "encountering" errors importing my design from Virtuoso. When I try to import the design, I get the following: Reading tech data from OA Library 'NCL' ... FE units: 0.001 microns/dbu, OA units: 0.001 microns/dbu...
    Posted to Digital Implementation (Forum) by TruLogic on Mon, Jan 10 2011
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