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Cadence University Program Member
The Department of Electrical and Electronic Engineering at California State University, Sacramento (CSUS) is a Cadence University Program Member and participates in the Cadence University Software Program. Cadence PSpice circuit software is heavily used in both the undergraduate and graduate curriculum. In addition, Cadence Virtuoso Custom Integrated Circuit (IC) design software is used in some select senior and graduate level classes in VLSI and Mixed-Signal IC design.
In general, circuit simulators provide students with the capability to simulate the response of an electrical or electronic circuit to defined inputs. Hence they are valuable tools as they allow students to visualize a circuit's behavior without having to construct it. Cadence PSpice is used at CSUS for schematic capture, circuit simulation, and post-processing of results, with all these functions combined into a single software suite. Cadence Virtuoso is used at CSUS for similar tasks in more advanced classes, and for graduate student projects in integrated circuit design.
Dr. Praveen Meduri
Dr. Perry Heedley
Dr. Milica Markovic
Dr. Tom Matthews
EEE 230 Analog & Mixed-Signal Integrated Circuit Design
EEE 231 Adv. Analog & Mixed-Signal Integrated Circuit Design
EEE 232 Key Mixed-Signal Integrated Circuit Building Blocks
EEE 234 Digital Integrated Circuit Design
EEE 235 Mixed-Signal Integrated Circuit Design Laboratory
CML Buffer Example From EEE 231
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