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A New Approach for Clock Analysis below 10nm

A New Approach for Clock Analysis below 10nm
by Tom Simon on 05-06-2021 at 10:00 am

Clock analysis rail to rail

Proper clock functionality and performance are essential for SoC operation. Static timing analysis (STA) tools have served well for verifying clocks, yet with new advanced process nodes, lower operating voltages, higher clock speeds and higher reliability requirements, STA tools alone can’t perform the kinds of analysis… Read More