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Chip Design for Non-Designers : An Introduction

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Title: Chip Design for Non-Designers : An Introduction
Author: Juan-Antonio Carballo
ISBN: 1593701063 / 9781593701062
Format: Hard Cover
Pages: 178
Publisher: PennWell
Year: 2008
Availability: In Stock
     
 
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Chip Design for Non-Designers: An Introduction provides a practical introduction to modern chip design methodologies. It is intended for manufacturing-oriented and other non-design professionals with an interest in the pre-tape-out design side. The book concentrates on functional, logic, circuit, and layout design using state-of-the-art methods and tools. More focus is given to the most popular design styles, including semi-custom design. Many practical and useful examples are included throughout.

Features & benefits :
• This book will provide readers with working knowledge of modern chip design methodologies.
• The examples, exercises, and bibliographical references included provide an excellent guide towards a direct use of the concepts learned.
• Readers will become truly fluent with how one designs modern chips for many varied applications.

Introduction

Chapter 1 : The Chip Design Flow
Chapter 2 : Specifying a Chip
Chapter 3 : System-Level Design
Chapter 4 : RTL/Logic-Level Design
Chapter 5 : Circuit and Layout Design

Conclusions
Exercises
Bibliography
Index

 
 
 
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