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Agilent Series (Part 2): Accelerate 3D-IC Integration for RF Applications: More than Moore – A Necessity for RF?

September 12, 2012

The Semiconductor SIG presents…

**PLEASE NOTE TIME CHANGE FOR PARTS 2 AND 3**

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Agilent Series Part 2 of 3

Moore’s Law (the number of transistors on a chip doubles every 18 to 24 months) has driven microelectronics for the past decades, driving ICs down to 45nm and below. In addition, emerging technologies drives RF and millimeter Wave designs on traditional digital processes. What is the “right” design flow, methodology and integration approach for these complex devices to hit performance and cost goals at appropriate risk? What are the implications for the design and implementation ecosystem?

SPEAKER:
Todd Cutler
General Manager, Agilent EEsof EDA Agilent Technologies Inc.
Todd Cutler is the general manager of Agilent EEsof EDA. Agilent EEsof EDA is the industry leader in high-frequency design software. The organization’s revenue places it in the top 5 EDA companies. Todd began his 30-year career working on network analyzers where he helped develop the HP8510. He shifted to EDA in 1986 when he helped found the computer aided engineering group within Hewlett Packard’s Test and Measurement group. In 1998, Cutler later left H-P to be CEO of Eagleware Corporation, the EDA company that pioneered the affordable Genesys RF and microwave design software. In 2005, he joined Agilent Technologies following its acquisition of Eagleware. Todd earned a BEE from Georgia Tech and an MSEE from Stanford University.

SIG CO-CHAIRS:
Dr. Jim Cable, CEO, Peregrine Semiconductor
Dr. Anton Monk, Co-Founder & VP Technology, Entropic Communications
Dr. Roberto Aiello, Standards & Technology Development, Itron
Rory Moore, CEO, CommNexus & Founder, Peregrine Semiconductor & Silicon Wave
Dave Shephard, VP & General Manager, Peregrine Semiconductor
Skip Powers, VP, Pixon Imaging & Founder, Silicon Wave
John Santhoff, Founder, Pulse~LINK
Jim Shaw, Senior Manager, Strategic Accounts, National Instruments


DATE:

September 12, 2012

TIME: *PLEASE NOTE TIME CHANGE*
5:30PM Registration/Networking/Refreshments
6:00PM Program Begins
7:30PM Program Ends

LOCATION:

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San Diego, CA 92130

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**THERE WILL BE AN ‘AGILENT DRAWING GIVEAWAY’ AT THIS EVENT!**Agilent Giveaway_image

Agilent Technologies Handheld Digital Multimeters offer bench-top like features and performance with the portability of a handheld. Built to ease electronic troubleshooting and validation, the high performance, yet portable DMMs enable users to carry out their day-to-day tasks without being confined to the bench.



 

To register for part 3 of this series, CLICK BELOW:

Achieving Hardware Validation During Design
(Part 3)

To view part 1 of this series, CLICK BELOW:Anticipate System Level Design Challenges: Bridging design domain gaps
(Part 1)


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