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2006-09-20 Agilent, Peregrine expand agreement on RFIC design tools
Agilent Technologies Inc. announced a multi-year, multi-site agreement in which Peregrine Semiconductor has expanded its investment in Agilent's RFIC design tools
2005-09-06 AWR to acquire design tools group APLAC
Applied Wave Research Inc. is expected to announce Tuesday (Sept 6) that it is buying, for an undisclosed sum, APLAC Solutions Corp OY, a company specializing in analog and RF simulation tools for wireless applications.
2003-07-30 NEC sets Agilent tools as RFIC design standard
NEC Compound Semiconductor Devices has selected Agilent Technologies' RF and mixed-signal design software tools as its new standard for mobile comms RFIC development
2014-01-09 Agilent rolls RFIC simulation, verification, analysis tool
The GoldenGate 2013.10 claims to provide RFIC designers with easy-to-use EVM-, BER- and ACPR-type measurements and enables them to analyze and diagnose problem areas in large-signal analysis
2007-12-18 Verification tool speeds up RFIC designs
Agilent Technologies has developed the GoldenGate Plus for RFIC simulation, analysis and verification
2004-04-28 Optimal design tools suit IC, packaging, PCB
Optimal has released its O-Wave series of products for 3D, full-wave signal integrity simulation, analysis and verification for high-speed IC, packaging and PCB.
2003-07-04 Ansoft tool reduces RFIC time-to-market
Ansoft Corp. has announced the availability of the Designer SV, a linear simulator that provides frequency-domain circuit simulation technology.
2003-05-12 Mosis, Paragon IC forge distribution pact
Mosis has signed Paragon IC Solutions to provide sales and technical support for Mosis services in Singapore and Malaysia.
2008-01-28 RF software does multiple simulations from single license
Agilent Technologies has announced the industry's first capability for multiple, parallel circuit simulations from a single license in its GoldenGate RFIC simulation, analysis and verification software suite
2008-07-04 Microwave Office 2008 offers increased flexibility
With Ver 2008 of the Microwave Office design environment, AWR has made significant changes to the user interface in order to increase its flexibility for the user
2006-09-18 Spice tools rev speed, accuracy
Berkeley Design Automation released in August two products that claim to speed Spice simulation by five- to tenfold while preserving full Spice accuracy
2006-09-06 AWR rolls out system-level RF simulation tools
Applied Wave Research has announced its RF Architect system-level simulation tool that provides an RF budget analysis as well as so-called frequency heritage inspection capabilities
2007-09-12 AWR fields non-gridded EMF solver software
AWR is launching an electromagnetic analysis tool called Axiem that it claims offers a sufficient speed up to allow EMF solving to be used in design rather than a post-design check
2011-12-23 Address 4G issues with SystemVue
A number of EDA tools available on the market today can be used for LTE-based design; however, creating systems designs for the emerging LTE-A standard requires an entirely new set of functionality
2004-09-16 Unified data model brings signal integrity
Separate EDA environments and databases prevent analyzing signal integrity early in the design cycle, where it is most critical
2007-09-25 New Genesys software offers enhanced RF statistical capability
Agilent announced it is shipping the latest version of the Genesys software, which includes new statistical and electromagnetic analyses that provide first-pass accuracy for RF and microwave designs.
2007-07-16 Reduce interference in GPS-enabled applications
GPS is a navigation system formed by 24 satellites placed in the Earth's six orbits and enables users to determine their position accurately from any location. Consumers expect a handset with GPS capability to be reliable in receiving and amplifying the signal from the satellites because any error on the reception would cause inaccurate information on the location. Unfortunately, the quality of the GPS signals are often times compromised by interfering RF signals.
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