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Rules for designing a full chip

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hi,

there is full chip, partition...

so in full chip we have hard macros.... GDSII of hardmacros rgt?

can anyone start this discussion ahead... i want to know more about a chip as a whole.....hierarchical....and other termss...


thanks,
Prasad
 

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Re: design tchniques

1. define the chip's functionalty.
2. define the chip's IO
3. decide which hard IP we must use.
4. acroding to 3 , choose a physical library to fulfill your area power performance goal.
5. architecture exploration.
6. RTL design.
7. physical design.
8. tape out
 

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Re: design tchniques

In design a successful chip, you

should follow following four rules:

modularity

hierchy

abstract

locality

best regards




p_shinde said:
hi,

there is full chip, partition...

so in full chip we have hard macros.... GDSII of hardmacros rgt?

can anyone start this discussion ahead... i want to know more about a chip as a whole.....hierarchical....and other termss...


thanks,
Prasad
 

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Re: design tchniques

hi,
Are there any good books discussing the hardware/software architecture exploration or other related topics?

thanks,

Thomson
 

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