FAQ's

EDA

What is an EDA tool?

Electronic design automation (EDA), also referred to as electronic computer-aided design (ECAD), is a category of software tools for designing electronic systems such as integrated circuits and printed circuit boards.

Why Cadence software is used?

The company develops software used to design chips and printed circuit boards, as well as intellectual properties (IP) covering a broad range of areas, including interfaces, memory, analog, SoC peripherals. and verification.

What is Cadence in VLSI?

Cadence Tools in the ECE Curriculum. … The students uses the Cadence tools to design the schematic and the layout of individual units such as Adder, Register File, Decoders, etc. and perform DRC/LVS checks on them. The Cadence tools in this course introduces students to the basic VLSI design skill

What is virtuoso in cadence?

Designed to help users create manufacturing-robust designs, the Cadence Virtuoso Analog Design Environment is the advanced Circuit design, Mask design and simulation environment for the Virtuoso platform.

What is Assura in cadence?

Cadence Assura Physical Verification supports both interactive and batch operation modes with a single set of design rules. Assura Physical Verification reduces overall verification time because it incorporates a fast and intuitive debug capability integrated within the Virtuoso environment.

About VLSI

What is VLSI and what opportunities are available in VLSI?

VLSI stands for Very Large Scale Integration. VLSI industry comprises of semiconductor companies producing microprocessor, microcontroller, consumer, telecom, computing, Networking etc., IC/CHIPS which may contain several millions of transistors integrated onto a single chip. There are VLSI product companies, VLSI design services companies which provide design services such as Logic Design, Verification, Physical Design, Synthesis/Timing, Design For Testability, Silicon Validation etc.,, EDA companies that develop tools to support various VLSI design activities. There are several opportunities that exist in these companies.

What are the Domains / specializations available in VLSI?

VLSI design is Basically classified as Frontend and Backend. Frontend consists of Microarchitecture development, Logic Design, RTL Coding, Verification, Synthesis, Design For Testability (DFT) and Static Timing Analysis (STA). Backend consists of Physical Design, IC Layout Design / Mask design (Custom Layout) and Physical Verification.