Md. Maqbool

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Power is increasingly becoming the bottleneck for the design of high performance VLSI circuits. It is essential to analyze how the various components of power are likely to scale in the future, thereby identifying the key problematic areas. While most analysis focus on the timing aspects of interconnects, power consumption is also important. In this paper,(More)
With the increasing levels of on-chip integration, more functional units are integrated onto a single die, the logic delays decrease due to faster transistors. At the same time, local interconnect delays similarly improve because the physical size of circuit blocks decrease, and the local interconnect spans shorter distances. During the interconnect design(More)
This work presents an accurate and efficient model to compute the delay and slew metric of on-chip interconnect of high speed CMOS circuits foe ramp input. Our metric assumption is based on the Burr’s Distribution function. The Burr’s distribution is used to characterize the normalized homogeneous portion of the step response. We used the PERI (Probability(More)
In case of very high frequency as in Giga-scale (GHz), no longer can interconnects be treated as mere delays or lumped RC networks. The most common simulation model for interconnects is the distributed RC and RLC model. The impact of interconnects on circuit performance in both the analog and digital domains is ever increasing. Unfortunately, this model has(More)
As the present day technology is shrinking towards nanometer regime, interconnect delay is more dominant compared to gate delay. Hence the calculation of interconnect delay is more crucial and plays a major role for both performance and physical design optimization for high speed CMOS integrated circuits. Many approaches primarily concentrated to find the(More)
Due to high packaging density of components, power is increasingly becoming the bottleneck for the design of high performance VLSI circuits. It is essential to analyze how the various components of power are likely to scale in the future, thereby identifying the key problematic areas. This is an important fact because the conventional design, analysis, and(More)
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