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Noise safety design methodologies

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5 Author(s)
Graziano, M. ; Dept. of Electron., Politecnico di Torino, Italy ; Delaurenti, M. ; Masera, G. ; Piccinini, G.
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The increasing densities in growing size circuits leads us to consider as an issue noise problems such as crosstalk, switching noise, electromigration and substrate injection. Noise safety must be a clear objective in design tools, whose development must then include circuit models for the analysis of noise phenomena. This paper points out a proposed methodology in the development of new models and related tools that focus on the noise immunity of circuit design

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Quality Electronic Design, 2000. ISQED 2000. Proceedings. IEEE 2000 First International Symposium on

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