Sonnet Software is pleased to announce that we will be co-sponsoring and participating in the AWR "Advancing the Wireless Revolution" worldwide seminar series that is touring the United States this March.
Real-world designs within complete front-to-back-end MMIC, Module/PCB and WiMAX system design flows are the focus of the talks given by industry veterans and luminaries like Dr. Steve Maas, AWR and Dr. Jim Rautio, Sonnet Software. Practical designs often require the strengths of several EDA design tools, along with simple and error-free interfaces between them. At these seminars, Sonnet will be demonstrating our 3D planar EM analysis co-simulation link to AWR’s Microwave Office design framework through the AWR EMSocket interface.
Event co-sponsors also include Microwave Journal (media partner).
Presentation partner includes TriQuint Semiconductor.
The seminar is free to attend and lunch will be provided. Space is limited so early registration is encouraged.
- 4 March Whippany, NJ
- 6 March Boston, MA
- 11 March Baltimore, MD
- 4 March Los Angeles, CA
- 6 March San Jose, CA
- 13 March Chicago, IL
- 25 March Dallas, TX
Each venue has a select set of presentations tailored to the local audience.
The day's agenda is modular in nature so feel free to come for a few talks or stay for the full duration.
Topics may include:
- Using the full spectrum of integrated simulation tools to enhance the MMIC design process
Featuring TriQuint's TQPED PDK and AWR's ACE technology
- PCB design featuring the 3D planar EM as a design diagnostic tool and not solely a verification technology
Featuring AXIEM software and new smart technology links to mainstream EDA board tools
- Successfully simulate system performance of WiMAX 802.16e-2005
Featuring RFA technology of Visual System Simulator
- Under the hood on memory techniques
Presented by Dr. Steve Maas, AWR Chief Scientist
- Freedom of choice: co-simulate seamlessly with Sonnet's planar EM tools within the AWR's design environment
Presented by Dr. Jim Rautio, Founder of Sonnet Software