Skew-Tolerant Circuit DesignBy
- David Harris
Engineers designing high-speed microprocessors and DSPs as well as postgraduate students in advanced VLSI design courses
Paperback, 300 Pages
Published: May 2000
Imprint: Morgan Kaufmann
"Harris leads the way to more performance with a clear strategy for design. He shows how to combine logic and latching to do more logic in less time. In an era where less stuff means higher speed, everyone interested in high performance logic must understand these techniques or be left behind."
Ivan Sutherland, Vice President and Fellow, Sun Microsystems
"The author thoroughly explains important circuit design techniques including various types of latch design styles, clocking strategies, and methods of accounting for clock skew. That all of this is captured in one place is one of the great strengths of this book."
Emily J. Shriver, Alpha Development Group, Compaq Computer Corporation