By Paul A. Duran

A useful consultant to Analog Behavioral Modeling for IC procedure Design provides a technique for abstracting an IC approach in order that the clothier can achieve a macroscopic view of the way sub-systems have interaction, in addition to ensure method performance in quite a few functions ahead of committing to a layout. it will hinder difficulties which may be brought on overdue within the design-cycle via incompatibilities among the person blocks that contain the final approach. This publication will specialize in the innovations of modelling IC platforms via analog behavioral modeling and simulation. it's going to examine a realistic procedure in which designers can prepare those structures to research topological and architectural matters to optimize IC process functionality.

  • Discussions on modeling and simulation from SPICE to behavioral simulators
  • Comparison of assorted description languages and a dialogue at the results of language standardization
  • Explanation on tips on how to lessen time-to-market via lowering design-cycle time via modeling and simulation
  • Contains greater than 25 development block examples that may be used to build mixed-signal IC method types
  • Analysis of four various IC structures utilizing numerous degrees of version detail

This ebook is meant for the working towards engineer who want to achieve useful wisdom in purposes of analog behavioral modelling for IC procedure design.

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There is no exact method for using the various simulation tools for design. 27 Chapter 2 The key concept to remember is that more abstraction (less model detail) implies less simulation time while less abstraction (more model detail) implies more simulation time. This book will focus only on those levels of abstraction that are within the scope of analog behavioral modeling. 2~ 7 Model Precision and Accuracy Model accuracy is related to simulator accuracy. An accurate simulator should produce accurate results with respect to the models.

Before getting into the details of the modeling languages it is important to understand how ABM can help us in the overall picture of product development. 9 Applications of Analog Behavioral Modeling There are many applications for ABM. ABM can be used in every aspect of new-product development as illustrated below. 1 Dynamic Specification Analog behavioral modeling can be used as a vehicle for defining new applications for existing ICs and developing new IC's through dynamic specification. Traditionally, all specifications are written on paper for systems engineers and IC designers to interpret.

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