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EDA Plus Academia: A Perfect Game, Set and Match
By Steven Lewis on July 08, 2014
Excuse the tennis analogy, but just coming out of Wimbledon! However, EDA and academia have had a long-standing tennis match, if you will, in which there is a "give and take" between the EDA world and the many universities around the world.... Read more »
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Virtuosity: 21 Things I Learned in May and June 2014 by Browsing Cadence Online Support
By Stacy Whiteman on July 03, 2014
Application Notes 1. Setting PVS to QRC av_extracted Flow with tsmc28 (& tsmc40 ) LVS Shows you how to put in place the PVS(LVS)-QRC(av_extracted) view using TSMC files. Videos 2. Mismatch Contribution in Virtuoso Analog Design Environment GXL Mismatch... Read more »
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Virtuosity: 19 Things I Learned in April 2014 by Browsing Cadence Online Support
By Stacy Whiteman on May 22, 2014
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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