Cadence is used for PCB design. Installation should be done while connected to the Engineering VPN. Use email@example.com as the license server. You can also use the unattended.cmd file to perform a full install, if not, also run the Hotfix after performing a manual install.
University of California, Riverside
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Cadence Software use at UCR
Cadence design software is used for design, layout, and verification of ICs in the following courses:
Layout and circuit-level simulations of various novel cache designs, resulting in several publications acknowledging use of Cadence tools.
Last updated: 2021-03-31
Cadence is a registered trademark of Cadence Design Systems, Inc., 2655 Seely Avenue, San Jose, CA 95134.
- Download Cadence.7z and make sure you are connected to the engineering VPN during the installation process.
- Navigate to the folder where you downloaded the Cadence.7z package.
- Right click the Cadenze.7z package and select “Extract Here.” You will need 7zip or a similar extraction utility installed to do this. Once extracted, the folder will be in the same directory.
- Enter the Cadence17.2 Folder you extracted. Right click on “unattended” and “run as administrator”
Note: You can visually check if the installation process finished in task manger (Ctrl + Shift + Esc)
- To run Cadence, make sure you are connected to the engineering VPN.
NOTE: If you chose to manually install Cadence then
- Use firstname.lastname@example.org as the license server.
- Run the Hotfix after performing a manual install.