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Driving Innovation with the Process Design Kit
by Sreeharsha Nanduri - 2017-12-12 11:54:48.0

ON Semiconductor is driving miniaturization and innovations in passive device fabrication with its new full feature process design kit. We are providing tools for designers to innovate compact solutions for wireless, portable and Radio Frequency device applications. Designers considering Integrated Passive Devices (IPDs) for rapid development or eliminating bulky Surface Mount Devices (SMDs) can now design with ease using the PDK kit for the National Instruments AWR (Applied Wave Research) environment.

NI AWR PDK kit released this year brings in support for our state of the art, advanced IPD1 and IPD2 processes. This PDK kit features fully-scalable layout Parametric Cells (Pcells), advanced layout utilities and accurate electromagnetic (EM) simulations. This design kit is available to customers for download on request.

New to IPD design? We have included design examples and tutorials for a step by step guide to our incredible IPD process. We ensure designers can complete their layouts in less time. Our symbols and schematics are Cadence compatible. We have made EM simulation a joy to use with pre-defined substrate definitions and pre-configured settings.

As the industry seeks more compact wireless products and high performance, our IPD1 and IPD2 processes are seeing more growth and widespread adoption. This growth has driven demand for a NI AWR Design Environment IPD PDK. Our mutual customers can take advantage of this new PDK for faster development cycles and innovative product deployments.

For more details please visit here.

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Harry Arabian 2018-01-26 19:06:31.0 Rate it: 0
Inquiring about "Innovation with the Process Design Kit"
Michael oh 2018-01-01 14:35:11.0 Rate it: 1
We have been finding advanced passive solution for Module and system level assembly.

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