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Distortion Summary in New CDNLive YouTube Video and at IEEE IMS2014 Next Week!
By Tawna Wilsey on May 30, 2014
Hi Folks, Check out this great new video on YouTube: CDNLive SV 2014: PMC Improves Visibility and Performance with Spectre APS In this video from CDNLive Silicon Valley 2014, Jurgen Hissen, principal engineer, MSCAD, at PMC, discusses an aggressive RF... Read more »
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How to Specify Phase Noise as an Instance Parameter in Spectre Sources (e.g. vsource, isource, Port)
By Tawna Wilsey on May 20, 2014
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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See Cadence RF Technologies at IEEE International Microwave Symposium 2014
By Nebabie Kebebew on May 08, 2014
RF Enthusiasts, Come connect with Cadence RF experts and discover the latest advances in Cadence RF technologies, including Spectre RF at the IEEE International Microwave Symposium (IMS) 2014. This year, IMS will be held in Tampa, Florida. Cadence will... Read more »
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