Application Specific Integrated Circuit (ASIC) Technology

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Norman Einspruch
Academic Press, Dec 2, 2012 - Computers - 380 pages
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Application Specific Integrated Circuit (ASIC) Technology explores and discusses the different aspects of the ASIC technology experienced during the 1990s. The topics of the chapters range from the ASIC business, model, marketing, and development up to its testability, packaging, and quality and reliability.
An introductory chapter begins the discussion and tackles the historical perspective and the classification of the ASIC technology. Chapters 2 and 3 cover the business side of the technology as it discusses the market dynamics and marketing strategies. The following chapters focus on the product itself and deal with the design and model and library development. Computer-aided design tools and systems are included in the discussion. Manufacturing and packaging of ASICs are also given attention in the book. Finally, the last three chapters present the application, testability, and reliability of ASIC technology.
The text can be of most help to students in the fields of microelectronics, computer technology, and engineering.
 

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Contents

Chapter 3 Marketing ASICs
27
Chapter 4 Design and Architecture of ASIC Products
59
Chapter 5 Model and Library Development
107
Chapter 6 ComputerAided Design Tools and Systems
125
Chapter 7 ASIC Manufacturing
185
Chapter 8 Test and Testability of ASICs
221
Chapter 9 Electronic Packaging for ASICs
243
Chapter 10 Application and Selection of ASICs
275
Chapter 11 Designing with ASICs
299
Chapter 12 Quality and Reliability
345
Index
365
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