Cadence University Program
University of Calgary (Cadence University Program member)
This page provides information about the Cadence software used at the University of Calgary only. Cadence tools are used at the University of Calgary to help teach students the design flow of custom ICs and digital ICs from specification to fabrication using state-of-the-art design tools. Cadence is the name of a company - students do not "learn Cadence," they learn about Cadence products. For more information about the Cadence University Program visit their website.
Curriculum using Cadence
Cadence software is being used primarily in the following course(s):
- ENCM 501
- ENEL 565
- ENEL 567
- ENEL 619.26
- ENEL 617
- ENEL 619.57
- ENEL 619.87
- ENEL 619.88
- ENEL 647
- Graduate level Analog Active Filters course
Research using Cadence
Cadence software is being used in many research projects including:
- Analog and RF circuit design
- MEMs low frequency and RF Circuits
- DSP and number system research
- CMOS imaging array research
- Video and image processing research
- Millimeter-wave CMOS radio
- Gigabit serial communications
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Last updated: April 2022
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