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The UK5000 - Successful Collaborative Development of an Integrated Design System for a 5000 Gate CMOS Array with Built-In Test

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9 Author(s)
J. R. Grierson ; British Telecom Research Labs., Martlesham Heath, Ipswich, UK ; B. Cosgrove ; R. Daniel ; R. E. Halliwell
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Following a UK Department of Industry initiative, the UK5000 project was launched in July 1981 on a 2 year timescale by 7 autonomous UK organizations with different computer systems. The activity involved the collaborative development of an integrated design system for a 5000 gate CMOS array. The DA system was to be portable and capable of generating layouts and test programs from logic circuit descriptions in a time of the order of one week. The CMOS array is unique in containing rows of dedicated bistables, preformed on chip into a shift loop for scan path testing with a totally synchronous clocking scheme. The dedicated bistables, clock lines, shift loops etc, together with the synchronous design lead to lower routeing requirements, elimination of timing hazards and excellent testability.

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Design Automation, 1983. 20th Conference on

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27-29 June 1983