Timing-Driven Physical Design for VLSI Circuits Using Resonant Rotary Clocking

  title={Timing-Driven Physical Design for VLSI Circuits Using Resonant Rotary Clocking},
  author={Baris Taskin and John Andy Wood and Ivan S. Kourtev},
  journal={2006 49th IEEE International Midwest Symposium on Circuits and Systems},
Resonant clocking technologies are next-generation clocking technologies that provide low or controllable-skew, low-jitter and multi-gigahertz frequency clock signals with low power consumption. This paper describes a collection of circuit partitioning, placement and synchronization methodologies that enables the implementation of high speed, low power circuits synchronized with the resonant rotary clocking technology. Resonant rotary clocking technology inherently supports (and requires) non… CONTINUE READING


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