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Frank Batten College of Engineering and Technology

Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering

Old Dominion University

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VLSI Systems Design Environment

The Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering uses FPGA and Cadence design tools in most undergraduate/graduate hardware design courses. In addition, these tools are also used in various graduate research projects in the Digital and Computer Systems Research Laboratory.

These tools not only help reinforce the VLSI and digital systems design concepts learned in class, but they also prepare students for the industry upon their graduation.

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