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  • save data

    Hallo everyone! I am a PSpice beginner and I have a doubt about the extraction of data: I need to analyse the output of an Orcad PSpice simulation using Matlab, so I have to extract the data from the "black plot" and save them in a suitable format (a .txt is perfecly ok) in order to use them...
    Posted to Cadence Academic Network (Forum) by Giulia on Wed, Apr 13 2011
  • Tips from Cadence IT: Storage, Networking, and Linux

    As Cadence IT experts engage with customers who are building and maintaining CAD infrastructures, they see three primary problem areas: storage, networking, and Linux. This post provides some "best practices" suggestions that may help design teams avoid difficulties in these areas. Peter Vincent...
    Posted to Industry Insights (Weblog) by rgoering on Sun, Feb 13 2011
  • Q&A: IC Manage Founder Discusses IC Design Data Management

    When engineers get frustrated, great things can happen. Cadence Connections partner IC Manage came to life because its founder, Shiv Sikand, was looking for a better way to handle IC design data management. He wrote an open-source utility and then turned his expertise to launching IC Manage, where he...
    Posted to Industry Insights (Weblog) by rgoering on Thu, Dec 2 2010
  • Cadence IT Steps Out, Helps Users Develop CAD Infrastructures

    I always thought that IT departments worked in the background and had no visibility outside the corporate walls. This is not true at Cadence, where IT experts work with the services group to help customers develop and improve their CAD infrastructures - as well as maintain internal "chambers"...
    Posted to Industry Insights (Weblog) by rgoering on Sun, Nov 28 2010
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