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The Car Hacker's Handbook. Edge Computing. Educational Establishments Educational establishments from which technology has been spawned into the EDA field. Electromigration Electromigration EM due to power densities. Emulation Special purpose hardware used for logic verification. Energy Harvesting Capturing energy from the environment. Environmental Noise Noise caused by the environment. Epitaxy A method for growing or depositing mono crystalline films on a substrate. Ethernet Ethernet is a reliable, open standard for connecting devices by wire.
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Fan-Outs A way of including more features that normally would be on a printed circuit board inside a package. Fault Simulation Evaluation of a design under the presence of manufacturing defects. Femtocells The lowest power form of small cells, used for home WiFi networks. Fill The use of metal fill to improve planarity and to manage electrochemical deposition ECD , etch, lithography, stress effects, and rapid thermal annealing. FinFET A three-dimensional transistor. Flash Memory non-volatile, erasable memory.
Flicker Noise Noise related to resistance fluctuation. Formal Verification Formal verification involves a mathematical proof to show that a design adheres to a property. Functional Coverage Coverage metric used to indicate progress in verifying functionality. Functional Design and Verification Functional Design and Verification is currently associated with all design and verification functions performed before RTL synthesis.
Functional Verification Functional verification is used to determine if a design, or unit of a design, conforms to its specification. Gate-Level Power Optimizations Power reduction techniques available at the gate level. Generation-Recombination Noise noise related to generation-recombination.
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Graphene 2D form of carbon in a hexagonal lattice. Graphics processing unit GPU An electronic circuit designed to handle graphics and video. Guard Banding Adding extra circuits or software into a design to ensure that if one part doesn't work the entire system doesn't fail. Hardware Assisted Verification Use of special purpose hardware to accelerate verification.
Hardware Modeler Historical solution that used real chips in the simulation process. Heat Dissipation Power creates heat and heat affects power. High-Bandwidth Memory HBM A dense, stacked version of memory with high-speed interfaces that can be used in advanced packaging.
IC Types. Impact of lithography on wafer costs Wafer costs across nodes. Implementation Power Optimizations Power optimization techniques for physical implementation. Induced Gate Noise Thermal noise within a channel. Integrated Circuits ICs Integration of multiple devices onto a single piece of semiconductor. Intellectual Property IP A design or verification unit that is pre-packed and available for licensing.
Intelligent Self-Organizing Networks Networks that can analyze operating conditions and reconfigure in real time. Inter Partes Review Method to ascertain the validity of one or more claims of a patent. Interconnect Buses, NoCs and other forms of connection between various elements in an integrated circuit. Internet of Things IoT Also known as the Internet of Everything, or IoE, the Internet of Things is a global application where devices can connect to a host of other devices, each either providing data from sensors, or containing actuators that can control some function.
Interposers Fast, low-power inter-die conduits for 2. Ion Implants Injection of critical dopants during the semiconductor manufacturing process. ISO — Functional safety Standard related to the safety of electrical and electronic systems within a car. Languages Languages are used to create models. Level Shifters Cells used to match voltages across voltage islands. LIN bus Low cost automotive bus. Lint Removal of non-portable or suspicious code. Litho Freeze Litho Etch A type of double patterning. Lithography Light used to transfer a pattern from a photomask onto a substrate.
Lithography k1 coefficient Coefficient related to the difficulty of the lithography process. Logic Resizing Correctly sizing logic elements. Logic Restructuring Restructuring of logic for power reduction. Logic Simulation A simulator is a software process used to execute a model of hardware.
Low Power. Low Power Methodologies Methodologies used to reduce power consumption. Low Power Verification Verification of power circuitry. Low-Power Design. LVDS low-voltage differential signaling A technical standard for electrical characteristics of a low-power differential, serial communication protocol.
Machine Learning ML An approach in which machines are trained to favor basic behaviors and outcomes rather than explicitly programmed to do certain tasks. Manufacturing Noise Noise sources in manufacturing. Materials Semiconductor materials enable electronic circuits to be constructed. Memory A semiconductor device capable of retaining state information for a defined period of time. Memory Banking Use of multiple memory banks for power reduction.
MEMS Microelectromechanical Systems are a fusion of electrical and mechanical engineering and are typically used for sensors and for advanced microphones and even speakers. Metamaterials Artificial materials containing arrays of metal nanostructures or mega-atoms. Metastability Unstable state within a latch. Methodologies and Flows Describes the process to create a product.
Metrology Metrology is the science of measuring and characterizing tiny structures and materials. Mixed-Signal The integration of analog and digital. Models and Abstractions Models are abstractions of devices. Monolithic 3D Chips A way of stacking transistors inside a single chip instead of a package. Mote A mote is a micro-sensor. Multi-Beam e-Beam Lithography An advanced form of e-beam lithography. Concurrent analysis holds promise.
Multi-site testing Using a tester to test multiple dies at the same time. Multi-Vt Use of multi-threshold voltage devices. Multiple Patterning A way to image IC designs at 20nm and below. Nanoimprint Lithography A hot embossing process type of lithography. Nanosheet FET A type of field-effect transistor that uses wider and thicker wires than a lateral nanowire. Near Threshold Computing Optimizing power by computing below the minimum operating voltage. Neural Networks A method of collecting data from the physical world that mimics the human brain.
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Neuromorphic Computing A compute architecture modeled on the human brain. Noise Random fluctuations in voltage or current on a signal. Off-chip communications. On-chip communications. Operand Isolation Disabling datapath computation when not enabled. Optical Inspection Method used to find defects on a wafer. Optical Lithography. Overlay The ability of a lithography scanner to align and print various layers accurately on top of each other. Packaging How semiconductors get assembled and packaged.
Patents A patent is an intellectual property right granted to an inventor. Pellicle A thin membrane that prevents a photomask from being contaminated. People This is a list of people contained within the Knowledge Center. Phase-Change Memory. Photomask A template of what will be printed on a wafer. Photoresist Light-sensitive material used to form a pattern on the substrate. Picocells A small cell that is slightly higher in power than a femtocell. Pin Swapping Lowering capacitive loads on logic. Power Consumption Components of power consumption.
Power Cycle Sequencing Power domain shutdown and startup. Power Definitions Definitions of terms related to power. Power Estimation How is power consumption estimated. Power Gating Reducing power by turning off parts of a design. Power Gating Retention Special flop or latch used to retain the state of the cell when its main power supply is shut off. Power Isolation Addition of isolation cells around power islands.
Power Issues Power reduction at the architectural level. Power Management Coverage Ensuring power control circuitry is fully verified. Power Supply Noise Noise transmitted through the power delivery network. Power Switching Controlling power for power shutoff. Power Techniques. Power-Aware Design Techniques that analyze and optimize power in a design. Power-Aware Test Test considerations for low-power circuitry. Process Power Optimizations power optimization techniques at the process level.
Process Variation Variability in the semiconductor manufacturing process. Processor Utilization A measurement of the amount of time processor core s are actively in use. Property Specification Language Verification language based on formal specification of behavior. Quantum Computing A different way of processing data using qubits.
Random Telegraph Noise Random trapping of charge carriers. Recurrent Neural Network RNN An artificial neural network that finds patterns in data using other data stored in memory. Reliability Verification Design verification that helps ensure the robustness of a design and reduce susceptibility to premature or catastrophic electrical failures.
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RVM Verification methodology based on Vera. SAT Solver Algorithm used to solve problems. Scan Test Additional logic that connects registers into a shift register or scan chain for increased test efficiency. Scoreboard Mechanism for storing stimulus in testbench. Semiconductor Manufacturing Subjects related to the manufacture of semiconductors.
Semiconductor Security Methods and technologies for keeping data safe. Sensors Sensors are a bridge between the analog world we live in and the underlying communications infrastructure. Short Channel Effects When channel lengths are the same order of magnitude as depletion-layer widths of the source and drain, they cause a number of issues that affect design. Shot Noise Quantization noise. Side Channel Attacks A class of attacks on a device and its contents by analyzing information using different access methods.
Silicon Photonics The integration of photonic devices into silicon. Simulation A simulator exercises of model of hardware. Simulation Acceleration Special purpose hardware used to accelerate the simulation process. Simultaneous Switching Noise Disturbance in ground voltage. Small Cells Wireless cells that fill in the voids in wireless infrastructure.
Software-Driven Verification Verification methodology utilizing embedded processors. Spread Spectrum A secure method of transmitting data wirelessly. Standard Essential Patent A patent that has been deemed necessary to implement a standard.
Standards Standards are important in any industry. Stimulus Constraints Constraints on the input to guide random generation process. Substrate Biasing Use of Substrate Biasing. Substrate Noise Coupling through the substrate. System on Chip SoC A system on chip SoC is the integration of functions necessary to implement an electronic system onto a single substrate and contains at least one processor. SystemVerilog Industry standard design and verification language. Test How semiconductors are sorted and tested before and after implementation of the chip in a system.
Testbench Software used to functionally verify a design. Thermal Noise Noise related to heat.
Transistors Basic building block for both analog and digital circuits. Transition Rate Buffering Minimizing switching times. Triple Patterning A multi-patterning technique that will be required at 10nm and below. UL — Standard for Safety for the Evaluation of Autonomous Products Standard for safety analysis and evaluation of autonomous vehicles. Unified Coverage Interoperability Standard Verification The Unified Coverage Interoperability Standard UCIS provides an application programming interface API that enables the sharing of coverage data across software simulators, hardware accelerators, symbolic simulations, formal tools or custom verification tools.
User Interfaces User interfaces is the conduit a human uses to communicate with an electronics device. Utility Patent Patent to protect an invention. Vera Hardware Verification Language. Verification Methodologies A standardized way to verify integrated circuit designs. Verification Plan A document that defines what functional verification is going to be performed. Verilog Hardware Description Language in use since Verilog Procedural Interface Procedural access to Verilog objects. Virtual Prototype An abstract model of a hardware system enabling early software execution.
VMM Verification methodology built by Synopsys.