New Mixed-Signal Methodology Guide provides design, verification and implementation methodologies for advanced mixed-signal designs

Cadence has just published the “Mixed-Signal Methodology Guide,” which provides an overview of design, verification and implementation methodologies for advanced mixed-signal designs based on recommendations from the book’s co-authors—top mixed-signal design experts from across the industry including authors from Boeing, Cadence, ClioSoft, and Qualcomm. Circuit designers will find the book helpful in understanding the many facets of mixed-signal design and verification. For managers, the book provides an overview of modern mixed-signal methodologies to make it easier to understand and plan for investment in design capabilities and skills.

Here’s a chapter list:

Chapter 1: Mixed-Signal Design Trends and Challenges
Chapter 2: Overview of Mixed-Signal Design Methodologies
Chapter 3: AMS Behavioral Modeling
Chapter 4: Mixed-Signal Verification Methodology
Chapter 5: A Practical Methodology for Verifying RF Designs
Chapter 6: Event-Driven Time-Domain Behavioral Modeling of Phase-Locked Loops
Chapter 7: Verifying Digitally-Assisted Analog Designs
Chapter 8: Mixed-Signal Physical Implementation Methodology
Chapter 9: Electrically-Aware Design Methodologies for Advanced Process Nodes
Chapter 10: IC Package Co-Design for Mixed-Signal Systems
Chapter 11: Data Management for Mixed-Signal Designs

Click here to read the first chapter of the book.

For more information about the book including ordering info, click here.

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