Welcome to the home page of the Cadence Users Group at The University of Texas at Austin. This page contains information about the Cadence design tools extensively used in classes in the Electrical and Computer Engineering Department at UT. Students obtain practical experience in advanced electronics design using state-of-the-art CAD tools, computing and laboratory facilities, and access to the MOSIS foundry for prototyping of integrated circuits.
Classes that use Cadence:
- EE 338L: Analog Integrated Circuit Design
Virtuoso Layout, Virtuoso Schematic, Spectre, Analog Design Environment GXL
- EE 440: Microelectronics Fabrication Techniques
Virtuoso Layout, Virtuoso Schematic, Assura
- EE 360R: Computer-Aided Integrated Circuit Design
Virtuoso Layout, Virtuoso Schematic, Assura, Verilog-XL, Spectre, Encounter, Incisive, Ultrasim
- EE 382M: Design of Digital Systems
Virtuoso Layout, Virtuoso Schematic, Assura, Verilog-XL, Spectre, Verifault, Conformal Ultra
- EE 382V: New Topics in Computer Engineering
Virtuoso Schematic, Spectre, Analog Design Environment GXL
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Last Updated: 04/05/2015.