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Applied Wave Research, Inc. (AWR() announces Analog Office 2004 software for next-generation analog and radio-frequency integrated circuit (RFIC) designs. The Analog Office 2004 toolset spans the entire IC design flow, from system-level to circuit-level design and verification, for complete top-to-bottom and front-to-back high-frequency design. New in the Analog Office 2004 product is: support for the Linux platform, a significant extension of the AWR Intelligent Net™ (iNet) technology to handle arbitrary layout geometries; automatic and "on the fly" connectivity extraction in layout; support for Verilog-A analog behavioral language; integration of an additional SPICE circuit simulator and electromagnetic (EM) simulators; and support for industry standard physical verification flow for final chip tape-outs.

Applied Wave Research, Inc.

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