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Whiteboard Wednesdays—Wireless Transceiver Implementations

In this week's Whiteboard Wednesdays installment, Priyank Shukla highlights wireless transceivers and protocol standards 802.11x and LTE/LTE-A. Wireless transceiver implementation options consisting of RF, Analog Front-End (AFE), and Digital components...  Read More »
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What's Good About Allegro AMS Simulator PSpice Model Encryption? It’s in the 16.6 Release!

With the 16.6 Allegro AMS Simulator (PSpice) release, you now have a new AES 256-bit encryption algorithm. This makes the encryption utility of PSpice and the Model Editor both faster and more robust. You will still be able to decrypt models encrypted...  Read More »
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2014 TSMC Technology Symposium: Full Speed Ahead for 16nm FinFET Plus, 10nm, and 7nm

Advanced-node semiconductor technology is getting much more complex and challenging, but that isn't slowing things down at TSMC, the world's largest pure-play foundry. At the 2014 TSMC Technology Symposium in San Jose April 22, three TSMC executives...  Read More »
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What’s New in Virtuoso ADE XL in IC616 ISR6?

In a previous post, I explained the release model used for Virtuoso ADE and ViVA and listed some of the new features that were available in Virtuoso ADE XL in 616 ISR3. Here are more new features that are now available in Virtuoso ADE XL in the recently...  Read More »
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EDPS 2014: Creative Ways to Use Pre-Silicon Prototyping Platforms

A session on pre-silicon software development platforms at the Electronic Design Process Symposium ( EDPS 2014 ) in Monterey, California on April 17 revealed the incredible versatility of these platforms. Speakers noted that RTL emulation has various...  Read More »
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TSMC Symposium: EDA/IP Ecosystem Primed for 16, 10nm Nodes

Reference flows, tools, kits and IP are primed all the way down to the 10nm node, according to TSMC Executive Suk Lee....  Read More »
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Broadband SPICE -- New Tool for S-Parameter Simulation in Spectre RF

Hi All, Here's another great new feature that I've found very helpful... Broadband SPICE is a new tool for S-parameter simulation in Spectre RF. In the MMSIM13.1.1 ( MMSIM13.1 USR1) release (now available on http://downloads.cadence.com), a new...  Read More »
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New Memory Estimator Helps Determine Amount of Memory Required for Large Harmonic Balance Simulations

Hi Folks, A question that I've often received from designers, "Is there a method to determine the amount of memory required before I submit a job? I use distributed processing and need to provide an estimate before submitting jobs." The...  Read More »
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Whiteboard Wednesdays - Taking Command of MIPI PHYs

In this week's Whiteboard Wednesdays installment, Kevin Yee discusses what it means to "take command of MIPI PHYs". This is a first of a three-part series on the topic. Here, Kevin will introduce you to D-PHY and its architecture, and how...  Read More »
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The Road to 1 Million Tapeouts

Electronic system design will be enabled in the future by leveraging IP, methodologies and tools and by rethinking the system itself, said Cadence Senior Vice President Martin Lund....  Read More »
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