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Keeping Your Circuit in Tune: Sensitivity Analysis and Circuit Optimization
By Stacy Whiteman on April 21, 2014
Anyone who has ever played a musical instrument knows how hard it can be to keep the instrument in tune when subjected to variations in weather conditions. Heck, in 2009, Yo-Yo Ma and friends (sorry, he gets top billing because I used to play the cello... Read more »
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Virtuosity: 15 Things I Learned in March 2014 by Browsing Cadence Online Support
By Stacy Whiteman on April 15, 2014
Highlights for this month include lots of useful Physical Verification System (PVS) appnotes and several blog articles on advanced analyses and flows in Analog Design Environment (ADE) GXL. Application Notes 1. Physical Verification Checks and Generic... Read more »
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What's New(-ish) in ADE XL in IC 616 ISR 3?
By Tom Volden on April 15, 2014
Development Model for ADE and ViVA Virtuoso Analog Design Environment (ADE) and ViVA follow a development model that allows new content to be added in every third ISR. These content ISRs receive additional usability testing, product validation, and demonstrations... Read more »
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