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Static timing analysis including power supply noise effect on propagation delay in VLSI circuits

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3 Author(s)
Bai, G. ; CSRL & ECE Dept., Illinois Univ., Urbana, IL, USA ; Bobba, S. ; Hjj, I.N.

This paper presents techniques to include the effect of supply voltage noise on the circuit propagation delay of a digital VLSI circuit. The proposed methods rely on an input-independent approach to calculate the logic gate's worst-case power supply noise. A quasi-static timing analysis is then applied to derive a tight upper-bound on the delay for a selected path with power supply noise effects. This upper-bound can be further reduced by considering the logic constraints and dependencies in the circuit. Experimental results for ISCAS-85 benchmark circuits are presented using the techniques described in the paper. HSPICE simulation results are also used to validate our work.

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Design Automation Conference, 2001. Proceedings

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