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Logic Design,leakage power

  • Attention RTL Compiler Customers! RC 9.1.200 Is Here

    Cadence's synthesis R&D team has an early holiday gift for our RTL Compiler customers. The 9.1.200 release (or as our release management system affectionally calls it, "RC9.1-s203") is now available for download. This release is mainly focused on improvements to the core synthesis engine...
    Posted to Logic Design (Weblog) by Jack Erickson on Tue, Dec 15 2009
  • Don't Let Power Kill Your Project - What % LVT Should I Use?

    By Diego Hammerschlag Sr. Technical Leader Team FED A common question or requirement that designers have is the percentage of low voltage threshold (LVT) cells that should be allowed in a design. For those not familiar with LVT cells, they are special cells that have a lower voltage threshold and can...
    Posted to Logic Design (Weblog) by Team FED on Wed, May 13 2009
  • Leakage Overview and Reduction Techniques

    The Low Power Design Community recently published a nice summary of the techniques folks use to control leakage power, from the process-level to architectural : And our own Steve Carlson is heavily quoted! Actually, one key point I would like to echo is the one about excessive performance margin. We...
    Posted to Logic Design (Weblog) by Jack Erickson on Fri, Apr 17 2009
  • Better Fix That Leak

    Things that leak are bad. If your hot water tank leaks, you might ruin your basement. If your furnace leaks, you might get blown up. And if your device leaks, you might not be able to sell your products in the EU. Ok, maybe the later isn’t as bad as being blown up, but it will probably have more...
    Posted to Logic Design (Weblog) by Rich Owen on Tue, Nov 18 2008
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