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power,Logic synthesis

  • How Logic Synthesis is Changing

    You probably haven't read much about logic synthesis lately -- it's a mature technology that doesn't attract much attention. But that doesn't mean that new and exciting things aren't happening in synthesis and front-end design, as illustrated by presentations at a Synthesis Community...
    Posted to Industry Insights (Weblog) by rgoering on Wed, Dec 14 2011
  • Logic Design and Test Design: Do they need each other?

    Cadence has moved from traditional methods and product offerings for silicon test in favor of a new direction, which answers the title question. In 2008, Cadence recognized that while the Encounter Test product had outstanding quality of results, ease-of-use was lacking. What was perhaps most important...
    Posted to Logic Design (Weblog) by Ed JM on Sat, Apr 17 2010
  • RC Design Explorer: Find the Right Balance of Power and Performance

    By Paul Weil Sr. Product Engineer You might be aware that RTL Compiler has had the ability to synthesize top-down to multi-supply multi-voltages (MSMV) and optimize across them. Lowering voltage levels can be a great way to reduce switching power, but it comes at the cost of reducing performance. As...
    Posted to Logic Design (Weblog) by Team FED on Fri, Jul 24 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
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