Sensors are one of the critical technical pillars of the current defense program. With detection techniques varying widely, from Radar, InfraRed Search and Tracking, to LiDARs, a different physical approach is required for optronics. In parallel to the constant evolution of these technologies, virtual prototyping and multiphysics… Read More
This webinar will highlight the new GUI based adaptation workflow, easy-to-use setup, and new pre-defined adaption criteria for external aerodynamic applications.
June 3, 2021
10 AM EDT / 3 PM BST / 7:30 PM IST
In pre-processing workflows for CFD, high-quality mesh generation of complex… Read More
Cadence has done a good job of keeping up with the needs of analog RF designs. Of course, the term RF used to be reserved for a thin slice of designs that were used specifically in RF applications. Now, it covers things like SerDes for networking chips that have to operate in the gigahertz range. Add that to the trend of combining RF and… Read More
Designers spend a lot of time looking at their layouts in 2D. This is done naturally because viewing in 2D is faster and simpler than in 3D. It helps that humans are good at extrapolating from 2D to 3D. Analysis software, such as extraction software also spend a lot of time looking at layouts in 2D. While this is fine for approximate results,… Read More
One of the really big changes about chip design is the way over the last decade or so it is no longer possible to design an SoC, a package for it to go in and the board for the package using different sets of tools and methodologies and then finally bond out the chip and solder it onto the board. The three systems, Chip-Package-System have… Read More