Ilan Algor

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Gate sizing is a practical and a feasible crosstalk noise repair technique in the post route design stage, especially for block level sea-of-gates designs. The difficulty in gate sizing for noise reduction is that by increasing a driver size, noise at the driver output is reduced, but noise injected by that driver on other nets is increased. This can create(More)
High performance circuits are facing increasingly severe signal integrity problems due to crosstalk noise and crosstalk noise awareness has become an integral part of static timing analysis (STA). Existing crosstalk noise aware STA methods compute noise induced delay uncertainty on a net by net basis and in a pessimistic way, without considering the overlap(More)
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