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1. Integration Constraints Capability used in Mixed Signal Design Implementation
Explains and demonstrates the integration constraints capability of the Cadence Mixed-Signal Solution.
2. Virtuoso Floorplanning Design Flow Demo
Demonstrates the Virtuoso Floorplanner Flow: soft and hard blocks, defining cell type attributes, configure physical hierarchy (CPH) – soft block parameters, generate physical hierarchy, block placer, snap pins, editing soft blocks, and pin optimization.
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3. Electrically Aware Design (EAD) Workshop
Covers the main functionality of EAD, which is a flow that allows extraction of layout parasitics at any point in the design cycle. You can resimulate with parasitic effects using layouts that are incomplete. This flow also supports electromigration analysis based on Spectre simulation results. Includes detailed tutorial and database.
4. IC 6.1.6 Pin To Trunk Device-Level Routing
Steps through the Pin to Trunk Device-Level Routing Flow in Virtuoso in IC6.1.6 ISR4. This flow enables users to quickly connect device pins in a structured topology. Includes detailed tutorial and database.
5. IC 6.1.6 Pin To Trunk Block-Level Routing
Steps through the Pin to Trunk Block-Level Routing Flow in Virtuoso in IC6.1.6 ISR4. This flow enables users to quickly connect block pins in a structured topology. Includes detailed tutorial and database.
6. Fluid Guard Ring Frequently Asked Questions
This is a compilation of the most popular solutions related to fluid guard rings.
7. AMS Designer in ADE FAQ
Answers to customer's most frequently asked questions about the interface to the Virtuoso AMS Designer Simulator in ADE.
8. BindKey Quick Reference in Virtuoso Schematic Editor
A handy chart of all the default bindkeys for the Virtuoso Schematic Editor--single key, Ctrl, Shift and Ctrl-Shift versions, plus function keys--in a concise keyboard layout.
9. bindKey Quick Reference Guide for Virtuoso Layout Editor
A handy chart of all the default bindkeys for the Virtuoso Layout Editor--single key, Ctrl, Shift and Ctrl-Shift versions, plus function keys--in a concise keyboard layout.
10. How to print Monte Carlo statistical parameters greater than 1900 in ADE XL?
A little piece of SKILL code to dump all the values of statistical parameters for each point in a Monte Carlo run to a CSV file.
11. PVS Quick Reference and Frequently Asked Questions
Concise and handy quick reference document on how to use the PVS tools to work with designs, including how to verify a layout against physical design rules and schematics.
12. Have You Tried the New Transmission Line Library (rfTlineLib)?
An overview of the new RF transmission line library in IC6.1.6 ISR1, which contains wideband-accurate transmission line models in multi-conductor microstrip and stripline configurations. They are integrated in Virtuoso ADE and accessible from stand-alone Spectre netlists.
13. What Your Circuit Doesn't Know, Can Kill It!
Introduces an upcoming series of articles covering the advanced capabilities of Virtuoso Analog Design Environment GXL to handle variation-aware design issues, such as finding worst-case PVT corners, performing efficient statistical and mismatch analysis, circuit optimization and design migration.
14. What's the Worst That Could Happen?: Worst Case Corners in ADE GXL
This is the first in the above-mentioned series of articles and covers an ADE GXL analysis which enables you to quickly identify the worst case PVT corners for each of your design specifications so you can save time during design iterations and ensure your design is robust.