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how to learn ASIC Design properly?

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nee_naresh04

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dear respectives.."getting asic design is not an easy thing"..is the statement comes out from everyones mouth..but i am so desired in learning asic.. but i am unable to find which is first and which is last..this subject is like a sea.. please provide me a small boat so that i can observe the subject..?[/b]
 

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Hi nee_naresh04,

If you wanna learn digital ASIC design, I think you'd better learn the digital logic first,

then learn HDL language, then do a small design.
 

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first do digital design,
then code it in HDL ( verilog or VHDL),
then synthesize the design,
then insert DFT to make it testable,
then timing analysis,
then place & route,
then timing analysis with parasitic extractions,
finally tape-out for fab.

actually ASIC design consists a big flow. dont afraid. jest i have given the flow.

start from digital designing.
 

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Haiii,

Read this book, it will help in understanding ASIC Design:

Application-Specific Integrated Circuits[/b]

By:

Michael John Sebastian Smith
Addison-Wesley
 

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