Bar-Ilan University 83-612: Digital VLSI Design
This is Lecture 11 of the Digital VLSI Design course at Bar-Ilan University. In this course, I cover the basics of Chip Implementation, from designing the logic (RTL) to providing a layout ready for fabrication (GDS).
Lecture 11 wraps up the RTL to GDS flow with the extra steps that are needed to take a design that has finished place and route and prepare it for tape-out. Part 1 of the lecture focuses on the various margins and issues in sign-off timing, such as OCV, PBA, and Aging.
Lecture slides can be found on my faculty web site at: http://www.eng.biu.ac.il/temanad/digital-vlsi-design/
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Prof. Adam Teman
Emerging nanoscaled Integrated Circuits and Systems (EnICS) Labs
Faculty of Engineering, Bar-Ilan University