Computer Aided Design for Integrated Systems
This paper describes a design framework for integrated system design. It discusses the design methodology, the design system, the CAD tools, the models and their interaction that enable optimized integrated system design. Examples of this design approach are discussed in the context of an integrated GSM chip.
KeywordsFinite State Machine Common Database Post Layout Simulation Behavioral Simulation Fine Calibration
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