Engineering the CMOS Library: Enhancing Digital Design Kits for Competitive Silicon

Engineering the CMOS Library: Enhancing Digital Design Kits for Competitive Silicon by David DomanEnglish | 2012 | ISBN: 1118243048 | 342 pages | PDF | 3,3 MB
Engineering the CMOS Library: Enhancing Digital Design Kits for Competitive Silicon

Engineering the CMOS Library reveals step by step how the generic, foundry-provided standard-cell library is built, and how to extract value from existing std-cells and EDA tools in order to produce tighter-margined, smaller, faster, less power-hungry, and more yield-producing integrated circuits. It explores all aspects of the digital design kit, including the different views of CMOS std-cell libraries along with coverage of IO libraries, memory compilers, and small analog blocks. Readers will learn:• How to work with overdesigned std-cell libraries to improve profitability while maintaining safety• How functions usually found in std-cell libraries cover the design environment, and how to add any missing functions• How to harness the characterization technique used by vendors to add characterization without having to get it from the vendor• How to use verification and validation techniques to ensure proper descriptive views and even fix inconsistencies in vendor release views• How to correct for possible conflicts arising from multiple versions and different vendor sources in any given integrated circuit designComplete with real-world case studies, examples, and suggestions for further research, Engineering the CMOS Library will help readers become more astute designers.Download Rapidgator.nethttp://rapidgator.net/file/75bd018b1b36e76aa74f0272e21ce604/8F_1118243048.pdf.htmlDownload Uploaded.nethttp://uploaded.net/file/zsozwq0r/8F_1118243048.pdf