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How is RFDE different from ADS?
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on Jun 12, 2009 by crscott
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RFDE is the RF Design Environment. You can find a lot of information about RFDE at:
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Jun 12, 2009 10:07 AM
You can find RF Design Environment (RFDE) information at
however, RFDE has been replaced by Agilent's GoldenGate RFIC Simulation Software.
Advanced Design System (ADS) is an electronic design automation software platform offering complete design integration for products such as cellular and portable phones, wireless networks, and radar and satellite communications systems. For more information, refer to
GoldenGate is an advanced simulation and analysis solution for integrated mixed signal RFIC designs. GoldenGate software is fully integrated into the Cadence Analog Design Environment (ADE). For more information on GoldenGate, refer to
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