Allied Electronics – Electronic Components Distribution
Allied Electronics is a small order, high service level distributor of electronic components and electromechanical products with 55 sales branches across the United States and in Canada.
- Actives & Passives
- Enclosures & Cooling
- Switches, Relays & Control
- Connectors, Wire & Cable
- Prototyping & Production
Pomona Electronics 72902 – Test Clips Sets
Kit of 12 Micro SMD Grabbers in 6 colors. Grabbers are designed for easy attachment to SMD chips with pitches down to 0.008″ (0.20 mm). Thin yet durable design permits attachment in tight areas.
History of Allied Electronics –
1928: Allied Radio was established as the radio parts distribution arm of Columbia Radio Corporation. The company was soon to become one of the most recognizable names in the electronics industry.
1995: Allied is the first electronics distribution company to come out with a CD-ROM catalog and quickly followed-up by entering the e-commerce arena with the launch of a web site.
Allied Electronics, Inc.
7151 Jack Newell Blvd. S. Fort Worth, Texas 76118 U.S.A.
Cadence Design Systems and OrCAD
Cadence RF Design Methodology Kit enables customers to rapidly address wireless opportunities by addressing system-level, verification and IC parasitic challenges.
Cadence Functional Verification Kit for ARM offers a comprehensive verification solution specifically for engineers developing ARM processor-based designs.
Cadence PSpice A/D and Advanced Analysis
Spice-based simulator for system design. It simulates complex mixed-signal designs containing both analog and digital parts, and it supports a wide range of simulation models such as IGBTs, pulse width modulators, DACs, and ADCs.
Cadence OrCAD Capture and Capture CIS
Schematic design solution, supporting both flat and hierarchal designs from the simplest to the most complex. Seamless bi-directional integration with OrCAD PCB Editor enables data synchronization and cross-probing/placing between the schematic and the board design.
Cadence Tutorial for VLSI Design
This site contains a complete on-line tutorial for a typical bottom-up design flow using CADENCE Custom IC Design Tools (version 97A). The examples were generated using the HP 0.6 um CMOS14TB process technology files, prepared at North Carolina State University (NCSU) and made available through MOSIS.