Filtered By - EDA

Starting out 14/12/2010

SAME offers a good showcase for start ups; particularly those offering eda tools. By Louise Joselyn.

Digital takeover 22/11/2010

Analogue designers are having to be increasingly innovative to overcome process scaling problems. By Chris Edwards.

CMOS' future depends on statistics 09/08/2010

As semiconductor dimensions decrease, the distribution of dopant atoms becomes a statistical problem.

Converting expectations 09/08/2010

How a 1ppm d/a converter can ease precision instrumentation design problems. By Maurice Egan.

Coordinating collaboration: Board level technology 07/06/2010

PCB designers are leading the way towards better cross discipline design and collaboration.

Back to front 23/02/2010

No longer the 'back room boys', pcb designers are now among the first to be consulted on new projects
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Modelling parasitics in sub-micron IC designs 24/09/2009

IC designers who work at the deep submicron level know that smaller process size means lower per unit costs, higher performance, and lower power ...

The high cost of low cost development kits 18/05/2009

A major challenge for any business, particularly in the current economic climate, is how much do you invest in staff and equipment to achieve your ...

Cool running 06/06/2008

How thermal simulation can reduce ic cost by comparing flip chip/wire bond thermal performance. By Mark Patterson.

Differentiation by design 18/01/2008

PCB design software helps get set top boxes to market quickly. By Phil Mayo.

Sucking up the time 05/04/2007

Taking a different approach to layout and verification allows the process to be automated. By Yutki Rao.

Thinking outside the box 05/04/2007

How a unified design environment frees the designer to innovate at the system level. By Mike Richardson.

What’s up Doc? 19/01/2007

How to ease the board level diagnosis problem.

The tools for the job 21/10/2005

With high levels of investment in eda tools, programmable logic companies control their own destinies. By Paul Dempsey.