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Q&A: From Customer to R&D Director of FPGA-Based Prototyping

Vahid Ordoubadian, senior group R&D director at Cadence, has a unique perspective when it comes to emulation and FPGA-based prototyping—he was a user of these technologies for many years. In early 2014, he left Broadcom and joined Cadence, where...  Read More »
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Whiteboard Wednesdays—Select the Right Performance for a 802.11ac/Advanced LTE AFE

In this week's Whiteboard Wednesdays video, Priyank Shukla removes the mystery behind choosing the right ADC in and Analog Front End for wireless (802.11ac and/or 3G/3G) communication systems....  Read More »
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What Is IoT? What Isn’t it?

A panel organized by the Wireless Communications Alliance tackled one of the most pressing questions of electronics design today: What is IoT?...  Read More »
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PCB West 2014: IPC-2581 Data Transfer Format Links Design, Manufacturing

IPC-2581 is rapidly gaining support in the PCB design community as an "intelligent," vendor-neutral format that can bring design data into manufacturing in a single file. The PCB West conference in Santa Clara, California on Sept. 10, 2014 provided...  Read More »
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New Training Class: Get Up to Speed Fast When Migrating to Encounter Digital Implementation System

One question we often hear from experienced physical design engineers migrating to Encounter Digital Implementation System is, "How do I get up to speed on the tool as quickly as possible?" They understand place-and-route (P&R) concepts...  Read More »
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How Do We Get to 5G and the ‘Tactile Internet?’

Fifth Generation (5G) cellular technology will enable the "tactile Internet"-when humans will wirelessly control real and virtual objects-but not before we overcome enormous system design challenges, including improved data rates and lower latencies....  Read More »
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IoT Focus: IoT Applications Require a New Architectural Vision

The IoT application space is such a profoundly new and diverse area, engineergs must consider a new architectural approach--an IoT Architecture....  Read More »
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Whiteboard Wednesdays - Formal VIP for 100% Accurate Designs

In this week's Whiteboard Wednesdays video, Tom Hackett discusses formal verification IP (VIP), how it supports formal analysis, and how design engineers can leverage formal VIP to ensure their designs are 100% correct....  Read More »
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Cadence at ARM TechCon 2014—High Performance, Low Power, Mixed Signal, and More

ARM TechCon 2014, set for October 1 – 3 in Santa Clara, California, is a key event for anyone who designs or programs ARM®-based systems-on-chip (SoCs). Cadence has a strong presence this year with five sponsored sessions, three technical papers...  Read More »
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How Do You Build a Wi-Fi 802.11ac Programmable Modem?

The Tensilica® group at Cadence has just published a 37-page application note on a Wi-Fi 802.11ac transceiver used for WLAN (wireless local area network), and it's full of really useful information. This transceiver design is architected on a...  Read More »
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