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Use of Cadence Products at UTA

  • The University of Texas at Arlington Department of Electrical Engineering is a "Cadence University Program Member"
  • This web page is only Cadence-related information, and does not include information on other vendor's products.
  • The web page should be titled "Use of Cadence Products at UTA"
  • Classes that use Cadence
    • EE 4320 (VLSI Design and Technology)
    • EE 5316 (CMOS Mixed Signal IC Design
    • EE 5318 (Analog CMOS IC Design
    • EE 3446 (Circuit Analysis II)
    • EE 5310 (Digital VLSI Design)
  • Additional material developed by the university to aid in use of Cadence software used by students in fulfilling project assignments is available at:
    • EE 4320 (VLSI Design and Technology)
    • EE 5349 (RFIC Design for Wirelesss Comm.
    • EE 3446 (Circuits Analysis 2
    • EE 3310 (Microprocessor)
    • EE 5309 (Introduction to Pulsed Power)
  • "Information [given on these course web pages] 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 personally satisfied with the use of this information within your environment."

Contact Dr. Sungyong Jung <jung@uta.edu> for information on the web page.

"Cadence is a registered trademark of Cadence Design Systems, Inc., 2655 Seely Avenue, San Jose, CA  95134."

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http://www.cadence.com/support/university/Documents/university_guidelines.pdf"

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Last edited June 24, 2014