The rapid growth of the electronic products market has created an increasing need for affordable, reliable, high-speed and high-density multi-layer printed circuit boards (PCBs). This book presents the technologies, algorithms, and methodologies for engineers and others developing the next generation of electronic products. A vision of the future in advanced electronics Advanced Routing of Electronic Modules provides both fundamental theory and advanced technologies for improving routing. Beginning chapters discuss approaches to approximate a minimum rectilinear Steiner tree from a minimum spanning tree and introduce ways to avoid obstacles for routing simple multi-terminal nets sequentially in a workspace. Timing delay, clock skew, and noise control requirements in signal integrity are described as well as computer-aided approaches to managing these requirements in high-speed PCB/MCM routing. Later chapters present the two-layer wiring problem, rip-up and reroute approaches, and parallel routing, including global routing, boundary crossing placement, and detailed maze routing in hardware acceleration. Data structures, data management, and algorithms for parallel routing in a multiple-processor hardware systems are also covered.E. N. Gilbert and H. O. Pollak, aquot;Steiner Minimal Trees, aquot; SIAM J. Appl. Math., vol. 16, no. 1, 1968, pp. 1-29. 40. R. L. Graham and ... M. Hanan, aquot;Net Wiring for Large Scale Integrated Circuits, aquot; IBM Res. Rep., RC 1375, 1965. 45. M. Hanan, aquot; Onanbsp;...
|Title||:||Advanced Routing of Electronic Modules|
|Author||:||Michael Pecht, Yeun Tsun Wong|
|Publisher||:||CRC Press - 1995-10-23|