New Mexico State University
A Cadence University Program Member
The Klipsch School of Electrical and Computer Engineering. at New Mexico State University participates in the Cadence University Program. This allows the use of Cadence products for use in teaching and research at NMSU.
The following senior-level/graduate courses use Cadence products:
- EE412/512 – ASIC Design (EDI, SPB, Digital IC)
- EE480/510 – Introduction to Analog and Digital VLSI (Custom IC, Verification)
- EE485/523 – Analog VLSI Design (Custom IC, Verification)
The following graduate courses use Cadence software:
- EE518 – Integrated Power Management Circuits
- EE519 – RF Microelectronics
- EE520 – A/D and D/A Converter Design
- EE522 – Advanced Analog VLSI Design
In the Microelectronics/VLSI specialization area at New Mexico State University, Cadence products are used in virtually all Master’s theses and technical reports and Ph.D. dissertations..
Cadence provides software products that allow the VLSI program in the ECE department to design, simulate, and layout analog and mixed-signal Custom ICs (integrated circuit). In addition, Cadence product allows the automated synthesis, place and route, physical design, timing analysis, and floorplanning of Digital ICs. Also, Cadence Verification tools are used to ensure ICs function as designed prior to fabrication. Each component of the product from Cadence performs a different aspect of VLSI design.
This page is intended to provide information on Cadence products in the ECE department at NMSU.
Information is provided ‘as is’ without warranty of any kind. No statement is made and no attempt has been made to examine the information, either with respect to operability, origin, authorship, or otherwise. Please use this information at your own risk. We recommend using it on a copy of your data to be sure you understand what it does and under your conditions. Keep your master intact until you are satisfied with the use of this information within your environment.
Below are some helpful documents for using Cadence products at NMSU:
- Setting Up and Running Cadence Products for TSMC 180 nm and On-Semi 0.6 um – CAD_setup_IBM130.pdf
- Basic UNIX Commands – Unix_Commands.pdf
- Commands in Layout and Schematic Mode – CAD_schem_layout_entry_IBM130.pdf
- Guidelines for Setting Up Schematic Testbench – CAD_schem_testbench.pdf
- Setting Up and Running a Simulation – CAD_trans_analysis_IBM.pdf
- Plotting Waveforms and Using Calculator – CAD_waveforms_calculator_IBM130.pdf
- Printing in Cadence Products – CAD_printing.pdf
- Running Assura DRC – CAD_DRC_IBM130.pdf
- Running Assura LVS – CAD_LVS_IBM130.pdf
- Tutorial on TSMC 180 nm Process and On-Semi 0.6 um Process – IBM130nm_Rev03.pdf
This site is maintained by Paul Furth. Send email to pfurth AT nmsu DOT edu
This site last updated on August 8, 2019.
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