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Techniques for reducing insertion delay

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sim_333

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Hi

I am doing CTS using Encounter. Can any one suggest me any techniques for reducing insertion delay in a design.

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few quick ones

u can cut the long nets and add buffers
resizing buffers
 

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You can try this
1. Check for old (huge) clock buffer delay in the clock path and fix it by reworking on the Clock Tree.
2. Apply a tighter (network) latency constraint.
 

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dear dude,

Add buffers , adjust the size of buffers so that slew

can be adjusted.

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Hi all...

Regarding one of replies:-

rkadarla
Re: Techniques for reducing insertion delay

few quick ones

u can cut the long nets and add buffers
resizing buffers

Dear rkadarla,

i found your answer interesting !!

Can u please give me a clear and detailed idea about what u really meant by cutting long nets and add buffers?
Actually i want to know is there any relationship between cutting long nets and adding buffer and how will we get advantage bu cutting long nets??

Thanks in advance

sazzad
 

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