CICC features Tanner EDA presentation about the Hubble Telescope Camera
CICC Features Tanner EDA Users Presentation on Analog Circuit Design, Learn about Whatâ€™s Behind the Electronic Design of the Hubble Telescope Camera
The IEEE Custom Integrated Circuits Conference (CICC) will feature interactive poster presentations by Tanner EDAâ€™s analog, mixed-signal design software users about whatâ€™s behind the electronic design of the Hubbleâ€™s telescope camera. The session is titled, â€œA 1.5mW 16b ADC with Improved Segmentation and Centroiding Algorithms and Litho-Friendly Physical Design (LFD) Used in Space Telescope Imaging Applicationsâ€ and is presented by L. Lewyn, SnowBush-Gennum and M. Loose, Teledyne Imaging Sensors. During the session, the images from the camera will be featured and are also shown at http://abcnews.go.com/Technology/Space/popup?id=1884338.
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Tanner Tools Proâ„¢ is a software suite for the design, layout and verification of analog, mixed-signal, RF and MEMS ICs. It includes S-Edit for schematic capture, T-Spice for analog circuit simulation and L-Edit for physical layout. HiPer Siliconâ„¢ builds on the capabilities of Tanner Tools Pro with advanced features that improve designer productivity, including the HiPer Verify foundry-compatible physical verification engine, Verilog-A simulation, an interactive autorouter, and device layout automation. Tanner EDA software is available on the WindowsÂ® and LinuxÂ® platforms with flexible node-locked and networked licensing configurations.
About Tanner EDA
Tanner EDA is a leading provider of PC-based electronic design automation (EDA) software solutions for the design, layout and verification of analog and mixed-signal ICs and MEMS. Its solutions help speed designs from concept to silicon and are used by thousands of companies to develop devices cost-effectively in the biomedical, consumer electronics, wireless, imaging, power management, RF and photovoltaic market segments. Founded in 1988, Tanner EDA is a division of privately held Tanner Research, Inc.
Tanner EDA has been in the EDA market for over 20 years, and has shipped over 25,000 licenses of its PC-based electronic design software to more than 4,000 customers in 67 countries.
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A/MS: Analog and Mixed Signal
EDA: Electronic Design Automation
PC: Personal Computer
MEMS: Microelectromechanical Systems
RF: Radio Frequency
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