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Cadence training on "Analog and Mixed signal IC design"

Winter Combo Offer

Event Description

The programme on Analog and Mixed Signal IC design has an emphasis to provide a comprehensive design flow on Digital, Analog and Mixed signal IC design. Mixed-signal IC designs are the fastest growing market segments in the electronics and semiconductor industry with applications in diverse field. This programme aims to provide practical exercises using the Cadence Encounter Digital Implementation and Analog Virtuoso design environment. The hands-on sessions shall fine-tune the skills of students, faculty members, research scholars and practicing engineers interested/working in the field of Analog/Digital/Mixed signal IC design.  This program bridges the gap between college curriculum and Industry demand by building the systems from core concepts to advanced level.

Event Details/Highlights

KEY CONTENTS OF THIS WORKSHOP

  • Digital design flow
  • Analog design flow
  • Mixed signal design concepts
  • Sample and Hold circuit
  • Common source and differential amplifier
  • Operational amplifier
  • Design of ADC and DAC
  • Small signal and large signal analysis

Registration Details

REGISTRATION DETAILS
Registration for workshop can be made by sending the duly filled in application form along with Demand Draft to the below mentioned address. A demand draft is to be drawn in favor of “PSG CNCE” payable at Coimbatore.
Registration fee:
UG/PG Students and Research scholars :Rs.5000 /-
Faculty members and Industrial persons:Rs.6000/-

Last date for Registration: 22nd July 2019

Tags

Engineering Symposiums, Technical Fests

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