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Design of High-Performance Microprocessor Circuits
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Amazon.com Product Description (ISBN 078036001X, Hardcover)This book covers the design of next generation microprocessors in deep submicron CMOS technologies. The chapters in Design of High Performance Microprocessor Circuits were written by some of the world's leading technologists, designers, and researchers. All levels of system abstraction are covered, but the emphasis rests squarely on circuit design. Examples are drawn from processors designed at AMD, Digital/Compaq, IBM, Intel, MIPS, Mitsubishi, and Motorola.
Each topic of this invaluable reference stands alone so the chapters can be read in any order. The following topics are covered in depth:Architectural constraints of CMOS VLSI designTechnology scaling, low-power devices, SOI, and process variationsContemporary design styles including a survey of logic families, robust dynamic circuits, asynchronous logic, self-timed pipelines, and fast arithmetic units Latches, clocks and clock distribution, phase-locked and delay-locked loopsRegister file, cache memory, and embedded DRAM designHigh-speed signaling techniques and I/O designESD, electromigration, and hot-carrier reliabilityCAD tools, including timing verification and the analysis of power distribution schemesTest and testability
Design of High-Performance Microprocessor Circuits assumes a basic knowledge of digital circuit design and device operation, and covers a broad range of circuit styles and VLSI design techniques. Packed with practical know-how, it is an indispensable reference for practicing circuit designers, architects, system designers, CAD tool developers, process technologists, and researchers. It is also an essential text for VLSI design courses.
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