Welcome to the Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering, Cadence North American University Software Program at Portland State University. This material and the references within are a first-line source of information about the Cadence design tools extensively used in classes and research programs in the Electrical and Computer Engineering Department. Classes and research span custom transistor level digital and analog design, floorplanning, placement and route as well as statistical modeling of process corners, yield and manufacturability.
Cadence startup tar file is located in ECE x25 and PSU courses.
Simple Tutorials from other VLSI Cadence/University Programs
University of Washington have developed a set of tutorials that step a novice user through the process of creating and verifying a layout. The tutorials take the user through the following steps:
Worchester Polytecnical The aim of the laboratory is to provide a comprehensive design environment for the development of novel integrated circuit and VLSI architectures, and to facilitate hands-on education of undergraduate and graduate students in all aspects of IC design.
Virgina Tech following tutorials show setup files, basic features and simple examples of Cadence tools for VLSI design.
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