Information you can put straight to work! ASICs (Application-Specific Integrated Circuits) and SOCs (Systems On a Chip) are among the hottest topics in semiconductor chip design today. If you're a front-end or back-end chip designer looking to learn the latest techniques and methodologies, this book is for you. qFrom ASICs to SOCs: A Practical Approachq explains ASIC and SOC design and verification for the real world-by covering the same issues and dilemmas you'll face on the job! An emphasis on techniques and principles over the particulars of design tools gives you a deeper understanding of the material and will make you much more effective in your work, regardless which tools you use. Topics include: Methodologies and design flows for front-end and back-end designsTips and guidelines for front-end and back-end designsModern physical design techniquesIntegration of IPs on SOC designsLow-power design techniques and methodologiesVOIP (Voice over IP) and STB (Set-Top Box) SOC design examples With content centering on practical and current information and techniques, qFrom ASICs to SOCs: A Practical Approachq is intended for self-study by practical ASIC and SOC engineers. It also makes an excellent reference book for graduate students in electrical engineering.If youa#39;re a front-end or back-end chip designer looking to learn the latest techniques and methodologies, this book is for you.
|Title||:||From ASICs to SOCs|
|Publisher||:||Prentice Hall Professional - 2003|