Cadence at UMaine

This page contains information related to the Cadence Products used in the Electrical and Computer Engineering Department at the University of Maine.

This page is Cadence ® information related. The Cadence ® EDA tools are used by students taking ECE 444: Analog IC Design; ECE 445: Digital IC Design; and ECE 547: VLSI Design and Layout and Research Projects on High-Speed Digital Systems, High Frequency Signal Synthesis and Low Noise Amplifiers. We utilize the Custom IC, Digital IC and Verification tools provided by Cadence ®.


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For general questions regarding this page, the Cadence tools installed, or the Microelectronics Program at the University of Maine, contact Dr. David Kotecki


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