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Whiteboard Wednesdays—Trends in the Mobile Memory World

In this week's Whiteboard Wednesdays, Kishore Kasamsetty discusses the low-power advantage that LPDDR4 provides over the LPDDR1/2/3 in the mobile market....  Read More »
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What's Good About Allegro PCB Editor Offset Routing? 16.6 Has a Few New Enhancements!

The Add Connect with Offset command in Allegro PCB Editor 16.6 is designed to primarily address the requirement to route with non-standard angles to help minimize impedance discontinuities while routing across fiberglass substrates. Other routing applications...  Read More »
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Are the ISA Wars Over?

Old arguments over instruction-set architecture supremacy are over, according to legendary computer scientist Dave Ditzel, who credits the benefits of Moore's Law and changing applications trends....  Read More »
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DAC 2014—ESL Design Is Dead... Long Live ESL!

Next week the EDA industry is getting together in San Francisco for Design Automation Conference 2014. As I pointed out in a recent blog called " Confessions of an ESL-Aholic ", the scope of electronic system level (ESL) design has changed quite...  Read More »
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Q&A: DAC 2014 Going in New Directions, Says General Chair Soha Hassoun

The 51 st Design Automation Conference ( DAC 2014 ) opens in San Francisco June 1 - and this year attendees will see a reorganized conference with several new tracks. Soha Hassoun , associate professor and chairman of the computer science department at...  Read More »
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Google Project Ara: What Engineers Need to Know

Google Project Ara smartphone may change how we think about electronic system design, thanks in part to its use of MIPI UniPro as a backbone. ...  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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IP at DAC? You Bet!

This year, the Design Automation Conference (June 1-5 in San Francisco) has put a lot of effort into great content for IP buyers, and Cadence has great plans to highlight our IP. Here are some of the things you can see at DAC this year: Booth 2610 demo...  Read More »
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How to Specify Phase Noise as an Instance Parameter in Spectre Sources (e.g. vsource, isource, Port)

Last year, I wrote a blog post entitled Modeling Oscillators with Arbitrary Phase Noise Profiles . We now have an easier way to do this. Starting in MMSIM 13.1 , you can specify the phase noise as an instance parameter in Spectre sources, including port...  Read More »
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Free DAC Breakfast and Luncheons – Mixed Signal, Software-Driven Verification, Cross-Fabric, and High-Performance Digital

Whoever said "there is no such thing as a free lunch" has not been to the Design Automation Conference ( DAC 2014 ). This year at DAC, Cadence is sponsoring one breakfast and three luncheons that will include presentations or panels on four...  Read More »
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