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Free Electronic Design Automation (EDA) Software for Contest Winners


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AWR
: 05 May, 2010  (New Product)
Student design contest winners will receive personal licences free of charge from AWR for design and simulation software for electronic components and systems
AWR Corporation, a supplier of high-frequency EDA, will award free, fully-functional, one-year, personal term licences for its popular Microwave Office and Visual System Simulator (VSS) software suites--inclusive of AXIEM 3D planar EM software—to the winners of the 2010 International Microwave Symposium High Efficiency Power Amplifier Student Design Competition.

AWR views the IMS Student Design Contest awards as an opportunity to provide students with hands-on software experiences that both professors and future employers have come to see as not only necessary but mandatory. The IMS Student Design Contest is another building block in AWR’s student/university outreach program and complements AWR’s recently announced Graduate Gift Initiative, which endows all qualified 2010 graduating engineering students with a free one-year, personal-use license of its high-frequency design software solutions.

“AWR is committed to helping engineering students gain valuable hands-on experience with software design tools in preparation for entering the work world,” said Sherry Hess, AWR vice president of marketing. “Our Graduate Gift Initiative has received extremely positive feedback from universities and the industry media. We will continue to reach out to universities and students and look for opportunities to further student learning.”
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