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I've got a problem.
There is a 3-bit counter (LOSS_CNT) in my design.
What I want after place-and-route procedure is that all FFs of this counter are placed
next to each other (not spread out across chip). How can I implement this?
Of cource I can use LOC, but I do not want to assign it...
what are the advantages of (8,4) over (7,4) if it still can correct no more than 1 error (as (7,4))?
[(4-1)/2] = [(3-1)/2].
if I use (7,4) code I can identify the position of 1 error using the value of syndrome.
is it the same with (8,4)?
-thx in advance
jan rabaey pierret
Can anyone help me to find lectures from Berkeley where prof. Jan M. Rabaey suggested a book by Pierret "Semiconductor device fundamentals"? I need video podcasts.
Please help me. I need it ASAP.
Re: analog design books
Thanks for the replies.
Can anyone give his personal opinion about the next books?
"Electronics by Allan Hambley" versus "Microelectronic Circuits by Sedra Smith"
which one is better ?
According to my survey I found that most designers recommend the next books: