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Posts tagged with 'power grid analysis'

19 Feb, 2014

Shelly Stalnaker The terms vector and vectorless modes are commonly used in the context of dynamic power grid (PG) analysis, but what do these terms mean? The PG dynamic simulator uses a design’s activity suite to compute the voltages and currents in the PG network. In vector mode, typically referred as a value change dump (VCD), logic simulation is used to generate the complete activity suite. In vectorless mode, the … Read More

IC Design, IC Verification, dynamic power grid analysis, vcd, vectorless verification, power grid analysis, value change dump

14 Jan, 2014

Shelly Stalnaker If you’re designing low power, high performance ICs, you need to understand the design, verification, and test requirements that these products require. Elements like accurate, efficient hierarchical power grid analysis, leakage optimization, electromigration analysis, and BIST strategies for low-power designs. Learn about all of these, and more, in the Power-Aware A-Z blog at Semiconductor Engineering. … Read More

electromigration, leakage optimization, BIST strategy, power-efficient design, low power design, power grid analysis

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