ASIC Design Flow – The Ultimate Guide - AnySilicon (2022)

ASICs stands for Application Specific Integrated Circuits, and refer to semiconductor solutions design for a particular application, as opposed to other solutions like Field Programmable Gate Arrays (FPGAs) which can be programmed multiple times to perform a different functions. ASIC is also sometimes referred to as SoC (System on Chip).

The journey of designing an ASIC is a long winding road which takes you from a concept to a working silicon. Although the end product is typically extremely small (in mm2), the journey is quite interesting, full of challenges and trade-offs which the designers need to wrap their heads around to make the best engineering call. This post would try to elucidate different steps in the ASIC design flow starting from ASIC design specification to design tape-out for manufacturing in the foundry, and highlight important decisions and activities that each step entails. While the intricacies of each step might depend on the choice of EDA vendor, the design application and also the technology node, the sequence largely remains the same. Figure 1 shows the flow chart for the ASIC design flow.

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Figure 1: ASIC Design Flow

ASIC Specification

The first step in ASIC design flow is defining the specifications of the product before we embark on designing it. This phase typically involves market surveys with potential customers to figure out the needs and talking to the technology experts to gauge the future trends. The latter is particularly important because ASIC design cycle may be anywhere between 6 months to 2 years. It is therefore important to foresee and predict what trends would be relevant 1-2 years down the line if one needs to sell their product to a wide audience.

This marketing research translates into high-level product specifications like top level functionality of what you intend to do with your ASIC, specific computation algorithm that you want to implement, clock frequencies that would make the product appealing to the customers, package type- Ball Grid Array (BGA) or CSP (Chip Scale Package) etc., power supply, communication protocols that will help interface with the external world, temperature range that you would want your product to work in.

Developing a thorough and correct specification usually sets a solid foundation for the ASIC design. The technical specifications need refinement of the technical requirements over time, but it’s important to cover the information in an unambiguous manner.

ASIC Architecture

After pruning the specifications, it’s now time to partition the entire ASIC or SOC’s functionality into multiple functional blocks. Architects like to brainstorm many possible options for the architecture and discuss their pros and cons while considering- performance implications, technical feasibility, and resource allocation in terms of both cost and time. A good architecture focuses on gleaning the best performance of the ASIC chip, while minimizing the hardware resources which directly helps in keeping the overall cost of the chip within the allocated budget. During this phase, architects define the relationship between various functional blocks and allocate time budget to each block. All these technical details are captured in an architecture document.

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Figure 2: Micro-architecture of Intel’s Haswell Processor. Image Courtesy: Real World Technologies

Once you have high level idea of all the functional blocks needed, it would be prudent to identify the critical modules and possibly brainstorm whether you need to re-use those IPs from previous projects, make necessary changes to the existing IPs or perhaps procure them from other parties.

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The divide between hardware and software blocks is also a critical part of this phase of the ASIC design. Design is captured in a high level programming language like C++ or System C.

Logic Design and Verification

This step refers to the frontend part of the ASIC design flow and involves coding the data flow of each functional block in a hardware description language like Verilog, VHDL or System Verilog. The interactions between the functional blocks is also coded. Logic Design usually comprises of:

Combinational Logic: Combinational logic usually refers to Boolean combinatorial gates like the OR, AND, NAND, NOR etc. While these gates are simple, these can be combined to perform complex digital operations.

Sequential Elements: Sequential elements play a critical role in interfacing between different combinational logic clouds performing different functions by storing their output temporarily. These sequential elements like the flip-flops and the latches are also referred to as memory elements and are controlled by a synchronizing or a control signal referred to a clock. Both flip-flops and latches are bi-stable elements because they have 2 stable states: 0 or 1.

Finite State Machines (FSMs): These are higher abstraction of a sequential logic which can be implemented both in hardware and software. FSMs model response of a digital machine to a set of inputs to produce deterministic set of outputs, and serves as an important building block for logic designers.

Arithmetic Logic Blocks: Arithmetic computations form the heart of the computing logic, and usually is the bottleneck for performance in high performance CPU cores. Arithmetic computation includes addition, subtraction, multiplication and division. There are numerous possible implementations of these circuits which offer a trade-off between performance, area and power. Logic designers can choose one best suited for their application to optimize for one or more parameters.

Data-path Design: In addition to coding combinations of above elements, Hardware Description Languages (HDLs) can model data path design in an abstract manner like a programming language which can be interpreted by EDA tools correctly. These could be multiplexing, decoding, case statements etc.

Analog Design: In addition to digital logic, ASIC may have many analog components help in interfacing with the real world and may comprise of Temperature Sensors, Analog to Digital (ADC) and Digital to Analog Converters (DAC), and most importantly the clock generating unit the Phase Locked Loops (PLLs).

Example of a behavioral HDL code for 2:1 Multiplexer:

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In parallel to logic design, verification team needs to develop a verification plan or both digital and analog logic components, and create testbench to be able to test the design for all possible corner cases to ensure correct functionality which needs to be consistent with the specification. Writing the RTL usually takes around 10-20% of the entire design cycle time, while Verification accounts for 80-90% of the time.

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Physical Design

This refers to the backend design cycle. If there’s just one aspect that distinguishes the backend design from frontend design, then it would be- delay. Frontend design, while being cognizant of the logic delays and speed, largely ignores it for majority part of the RTL coding and verification. While, on the other hand, physical design sees real delay right from the very beginning.

Physical design flow is further sub-divided into the following:

Synthesis

Synthesis reads in the RTL code (.v or .sv files) along with physical libraries of the standard cells that may contain- delay information (.lib files), physical dimensions and metal layer information within the cell (.lef files) and other constraint files to convert the behavioral or dataflow code into real physical standard cell gates. Note that there are many possible implementations for 2:1 Multiplexer, and Synthesis is responsible to do an educated trade-off with performance, power and area to come up with the best implementation considering these constraints. As an example for the 2:1 Multiplexer, one possible implementation is below:

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Figure 3: Gate level implementation of 2:1 Multiplexer

Floorplanning

Floorplanning step formalizes and refines the floorplan that was first conjured up during the architecture planning step. In this step, the entire die area is divided into physical partitions, and their shapes are molded while keeping in mind the area requirements, the flow of top level data and control buses, possibility of any future growth. Pins and ports are assigned a rough location, which can further be refined depending on the Place and Route results.

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Figure 4: Floorplanning the blocks relative to each other. Image Courtesy: Andrew Kahng, UCSD

It’s quite common for physical design engineers to work on more than 1 floorplan in parallel, and try to evaluate which one works best for overall design QoR (Quality of Results). This is usually the most critical step in physical design cycle, and requires multiple iterations. Any additional time spent here is worth it considering its long lasting implications on routing congestion, cell density, timing QoR and DRCs.

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A robust power grid delivery- which addresses static and dynamic IR drop is also a critical function of the floorplanning step.

Placement

During placement, all standard cells are placed in legal locations on site rows. The aim of this step is to minimize the wire length, while ensuring optimal placement that will help faster timing convergence.

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Figure 5: Standard Cells arranged on site rows. Image Courtesy: Andrew Kahng, UCSD

No real routes are laid during this step. Placement estimates routing through a step called Global Routing, where it estimates the total wire length and global route congestion. Many modern placement engines have the capability to take into account the switching activity from SAIF or VCD files, and try to optimize placement for achieving lower dynamic power.

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Figure 6: Placed design. Image courtesy: Andrew Kahng, UCSD

Clock Tree Synthesis

Till now, clock network was ideal. During clock tree synthesis, clocks are propagated and the clock tree is synthesized using clock buffers. The major goals of this step is to achieve optimal clock latency while minimizing clock skew. There are many proposed algorithms to design an optimal clock tree- H Tree, Steiner Tree etc. In addition to this, one may choose Clock Tree Mesh, Multi-source Clock Tree Synthesis or traditional Single Point Clock Tree Synthesis which offer trade-offs for dynamic power, routing resources and OCV adjustment due to common clock path.

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Figure 7: Typical H tree clock distribution. Image Courtesy: Research Gate

Clock being the signal with highest toggling frequency in the design, clock buffer tree accounts for over 75% of the dynamic power dissipated in an ASIC. Architecture may support clock gating to turn off idle parts of the chip to save dynamic power.

Detail Routing

With all instances placed and clocks routed, now it’s time to route the signal nets. Modern process supports 10-12 metal layer stack, with M0-M1 reserved for standard cell routing. The algorithm used for detail routing is usually a glorified maze router with added constraints to ensure faster run-times. The metal resources are divided into tracks which are the legal locations for metal routes. Aim of detail routing is to ensure minimum detours because these may have implications on timing, and to ensure minimum DRC (Design Rule Check) violations like opens, shorts etc. This step performs multiple search and repair loops (10-20) to keep the overall DRC count low.

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Figure 8: Routed Design. Image Courtesy: Andrew Kahng, UCSD

Physical and Timing Verification

While logic verification ensures correct functionality, physical verification ensures correct layout. There’s been an increase in Physical Verification checks which includes- DRC (Design Rule Checks), LVS (Layout versus Schematic), Electromigration, Electro-static discharge violations (ESD), Antenna violations, Pattern Match (PM) violations, Shorts, Opens, Floating nets etc. It is important to track these violations in parallel with the Place and Route flow to avoid any surprises just days before tape-out.

Timing Verification verifies that the chip runs at the specified frequency by ensuring setup and hold is met for all timing paths in the design.

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ASIC design flow is a complex engineering problem that goes through a plethora of steps from concept to silicon. While some steps are more like art than engineering (like floorplanning), other some steps entail sound engineering trade-offs (like physical design and timing). With an increased demand for better performance and shrinking time to market, ASIC design flow would continue to get more intricate over the next decade. The core motivation and design philosophy, however, would remain the same.

ASICs stands for Application Specific Integrated Circuits, and refer to semiconductor solutions design for a particular application, as opposed to other solutions like Field Programmable Gate Arrays (FPGAs) which can be programmed multiple times to perform a different functions. ASIC is also sometim...

Figure 1: ASIC Design Flow. The first step in ASIC design flow is defining the specifications of the product before we embark on designing it.. Image Courtesy: Real World Technologies. This step refers to the frontend part of the ASIC design flow and involves coding the data flow of each functional block in a hardware description language like Verilog, VHDL or System Verilog.. Combinational Logic: Combinational logic usually refers to Boolean combinatorial gates like the OR, AND, NAND, NOR etc.. Physical design flow is further sub-divided into the following:. Figure 3: Gate level implementation of 2:1 Multiplexer. Figure 4: Floorplanning the blocks relative to each other.. This is usually the most critical step in physical design cycle, and requires multiple iterations.. Figure 7: Typical H tree clock distribution.. Clock being the signal with highest toggling frequency in the design, clock buffer tree accounts for over 75% of the dynamic power dissipated in an ASIC.. Figure 8: Routed Design.. Physical and Timing Verification. While logic verification ensures correct functionality, physical verification ensures correct layout.. While some steps are more like art than engineering (like floorplanning), other some steps entail sound engineering trade-offs (like physical design and timing).

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These tools assist a chip designer from RTL to GDS level (which is the last step in ASIC design flow before being sent to fabrication).. A digital circuit is described in the HDL format, synthesis, place and route, and post-layout simulation.. It is an EDA tool for circuit design, simulation, and analysis.. IRSIM : a tool for simulating digital circuits.. Cider1b1 couples the circuit-level simulator to the device simulator to provide enhanced simulation accuracy (but with increased simulation time).. The world of chip designing is successful in creating physical designs using free tools.

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The ASIC design flow and its various steps in VLSI engineering that we describe below are based on best practices and proven methodologies in ASIC chip designs.. This blog attempts to explain different steps in the ASIC design flow, starting from ASIC design concept and moving from specifications to benefits.. To ensure successful ASIC design, engineers must follow a proven ASIC design flow which is based on a good understanding of ASIC specifications, requirements, low power design and performance, with a focus on meeting the goal of right time to market.. Every stage of ASIC design cycle has EDA tools that can help to implement ASIC design with ease.. For those changes, ASIC design flow adopted by engineers for efficient structured ASIC chip architecture and focus on its design functionalities. ASIC design flow is a mature and silicon-proven IC design process which includes various steps like design conceptualization, chip optimization, logical/physical implementation, and design validation and verification.. Design Entry / Functional Verification Functional verification confirms the functionality and logical behavior of the circuit by simulation on a design entry level.. Functional simulation tools : After the testbench and design code, functional simulation verifies logical behavior and its implementation based on design entry.. Timing simulation tools : Verifies that circuit design meets the timing requirements and confirms the design is free of circuit signal delays.. Final Verification (Physical Verification and Timing) After routing, ASIC design layout undergoes three steps of physical verification, known as signoff checks.

Summary: The journey of designing an ASIC (application specific integrated circuit) is long and involves a number of major steps — moving from a concept to specification to tape-outs. Although the end product is typically quite small (measured in nanometers), this long journey is interesting and fil...

For those changes, ASIC design flow adopted by engineers for efficient structured ASIC chip architecture and focus on its design functionalities. ASIC design flow is a mature and silicon-proven IC design process which includes various steps like design conceptualization, chip optimization, logical/physical implementation, and design validation and verification.. This is the stage wherein the engineer follows the ASIC design layout requirement and specification to create its structure using EDA tools and proven methodologies.. Engineers aim to verify the correctness of the code with the help of test vectors and trying to achieve it by 95% coverage test.. Detailed Routing : In detailed routing, the actual delays of wire is calculated by various optimization methods like timing optimization, clock tree synthesis, etc.. After routing, ASIC design layout undergoes three steps of physical verification, known as signoff checks.

FDSOI stands for Fully Depleted Silicon on Insulator. FDSOI is a planar process technology that provides an alternative solution to overcome some of the limitations of bulk CMOS technology at reduced silicon geometries and smaller nodes.   The FDSOI process has two distinct features. First starting with the substrate, an ultra-thin buried oxide layer is

As the transistor channel layer is very thin, no channel doping is required, which makes the transistor fully depleted.. 1.1: FDSOI transistor. The gate control over the channel region is also reduced which results in degraded transistor performance such as, there is some leakage current even when the transistor is turned off.. So how can we Improve the control of the gate over the channel in lower technology nodes to improve the transistor performance?. The process variations are greatly reduced in FDSOI transistors and it offers a superior matching in transistor characteristics.. Different voltages can be applied independently to the top and the buried gate which effectively change the characteristics of the transistor from those of a very high performance transistor to those of a very low power transistor.. 1.3: Bulk-CMOS vs FDSOI device. 1.4: FinFet vs FDSOI device. Body biasing is perhaps the most interesting feature in FDSOI process technology.. For the devices optimized for forward body bias using the flip well design, the effective gate voltage of the transistor can be increased by as much as 3V, but the reverse bias will be limited to -300mV.. Different characteristics of FDSOI process technology can be utilized for various different applications.

In this article, we’ll cover the ASIC design modeling process, gate-level physical design, and its specifications.

What Is ASIC Design ASIC Specification Logic Design Physical Design Additional Resources. The specification process is followed by:. Gate level coding is the least abstracted from transistor level logic.. The synthesis process uses advanced EDA tools that are aware of the capabilities and limitations of the target technology (FAB process) that the high-level abstracted design is being ported to.. Floorplanning is the process of placing functional blocks in the chip area so as to allocate routing areas between them, plan for critical power and ground connections, and determine Input / Output (IO) pad locations.. Placement is the process of dividing the chip into smaller blocks by placing the correct position to standard cells with none overlapping on the chip.

In this article, we’ll go over the ASIC design modeling process, gate-level physical design, and its specifications.Table Of ContentsWhat Is ASIC DesignASIC SpecificationLogic DesignPhysical DesignAdditional ResourcesWhat Is ASIC Design?ASIC design is a methodology of cost and size reduction of an e...

What Is ASIC Design ASIC Specification Logic Design Physical Design Additional Resources. Gate level coding is useful for smaller less complicated designs or designs that require very specific implementation for performance but does not offer the design efficiency that comes with higher levels of abstraction in concert with sophisticated EDA (Electronic Design Automation) tools.. The disadvantages associated with this method of designing ASICs are the increased manufacturing and design times, increased engineering costs, added complexity on the CAD (Computer-Assisted Design) and EDA (Electronic Design Automation) systems, requiring a more qualified and experienced team of designers and engineers.. According to our research through asic design engineer resumes, asic design engineers are mostly hired by Facebook, Qualcomm, and NVIDIA.. On average, the engineering trainees annual salary is $49,017 lower than what asic design engineers make on average every year... Even though asic design engineers and engineering trainees have vast differences in their careers, a few of the skills required to do both jobs are similar.. On average, project controls engineers earn a $22,567 lower salary than asic design engineers a year.. Asic design engineers and project controls engineers both include similar skills like "ethernet," "i/o," and "spi" on their resumes.. Project controls engineers may earn a lower salary than asic design engineers, but project controls engineers earn the most pay in the energy industry with an average salary of $94,074... This blog attempts to explain different steps in the ASIC design flow, starting from ASIC design concept and moving from specifications to benefits.. To ensure successful ASIC design, engineers must follow a proven ASIC design flow which is based on a good understanding of ASIC specifications, requirements, low power design and performance, with a focus on meeting the goal of right time to market.. Every stage of ASIC design cycle has EDA tools that can help to implement ASIC design with ease.. ASIC design flow is a mature and silicon-proven IC design process which includes various steps like design conceptualization, chip optimization, logical/physical implementation, and design validation and verification... Timing simulation tools : Verifies that circuit design meets the timing requirements and confirms the design is free of circuit signal delays.. Chip Partitioning This is the stage wherein the engineer follows the ASIC design layout requirement and specification to create its structure using EDA tools and proven methodologies... ASIC design flow is a mature and silicon-proven IC design process which includes various steps like design conceptualization, chip optimization, logical/physical implementation, and design validation and verification... There are basically two types of semicustom ASICs: Standard Cell Based ASIC and Gate Array Based ASIC.. Standard Cell Based ASICs A standard cell based ASIC commonly uses predesigned logic cells like logic gates , flip flops, multiplexers, demultiplexers etc.. Usually gate array based ASIC designs are known popularly by the name Masked Gate Array ... So, while the basic problem is the same as CDC (inputs to flops change asynchronously to the clock and may violate input setup and hold times, leading to metastability), RDC is a fundamentally different problem that requires RDC engines to perform a different analysis from CDC engines.. RDC analysis tools need to be able to identify these functional mitigation features and eliminate all false negatives arising from RDC path analysis.. VC SpyGlass® RDC solves this problem as the analysis engines can identify RDC paths in the design across different depths of reset-less pipelines and can identify commonly used mitigation functionality in the design to minimize the reporting of false negatives that would otherwise increase the manual analysis required for RDC signoff.. RDC paths can propagate directly into clocks if the output from the reset flop propagates into clock gating cell inputs.. VC SpyGlass RDC uses smart grouping of output violations with multiple levels of grouping based on various fields like source/destination resets, clocks, or flops to reduce this manual analysis burden for the engineer.. As with VC SpyGlass® CDC and the other static verification solutions that form the Synopsys Verification Continuum® platform, VC SpyGlass RDC solves the challenges of scalability, performance, and debug productivity necessary to handle modern multi-billion gate ASIC designs.. Whereas, with ASIC, it is more involved in terms of design flow because it is not reprogrammable, and it requires costly dedicated EDA tools for the design process.. FPGAs are not only flexible, but they also provide “hot-swappable” functionality that allows modification even while in use.. ASICs are designed for a specific and particular function and tend to be more permanent than FPGAs... There are two elements in digital circuits: Sequential Circuit (Flip-Flop) and Combinational Circuit (Gates), with the help of these two elements, a digital designer can implement any circuit, i.e., adder, multiplier, counter, memories, and state machines.. RTL design convert this self-designing job to an easy automated process, in which a designer can write functionality of the design in the language of his choice, and a tool convert all of his design into the equivalent combinational and/or sequential circuit... Instead of designing the ASIC from scratch, which also involves writing the libraries, the designer can write the functionalities of these circuit in RTL and generate the gate-level netlist, that further used to make the layout for the ASIC design... It is worth noting that FPGA and ASIC digital development will look very similar in the early stages, i.e. system and block design, partitioning and system modelling are common activities.. Before the product is launched there will be a product definition stage, where features will be defined as a wish list along with target product launch dates.. On the surface, a designer may think this would be best suited to an FPGA, as this will give quick access to a platform that the software developer can use and FPGA’s allow for a shorter development time.. Also any analogue functionality can be included in the ASIC design so giving a very cost effective solution.. A flexible approach is deemed to be FPGA, however, the ASIC development path does allow for devices to be held at various stages of production and hence modifications can be performed and a quick turn-around achieved..

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For those changes, ASIC design flow adopted by engineers for efficient structured ASIC chip architecture and focus on its design functionalities. ASIC design flow is a mature and silicon-proven IC design process which includes various steps like design conceptualization, chip optimization, logical/physical implementation, and design validation and verification.. This is the stage wherein the engineer follows the ASIC design layout requirement and specification to create its structure using EDA tools and proven methodologies.. This is the stage where the design team and verification team come into the cycle where they generate RTL code using test-benches.. Engineers aim to verify the correctness of the code with the help of test vectors and trying to achieve it by 95% coverage test.. Functional simulation tools : After the testbench and design code, functional simulation verifies logical behavior and its implementation based on design entry.. Timing simulation tools : Verifies that circuit design meets the timing requirements and confirms the design is free of circuit signal delays.. It helps in providing the clock connection to the clock pin of a sequential element in the required time and area, with low power consumption.. Detailed Routing : In detailed routing, the actual delays of wire is calculated by various optimization methods like timing optimization, clock tree synthesis, etc.. After routing, ASIC design layout undergoes three steps of physical verification, known as signoff checks.

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FPGA vs ASIC comparison summary FPGA vs ASIC visual comparison FPGA vs ASIC Cost Analysis How to choose between FPGA or ASIC. ASIC EDA tools and training Cost of designing DFT cost Cost of simulating ASIC Masks Cost Wafer Cost Wafer Processing Die Utilization Yield & Manufacturing Loss Packaging. This article will define what is FPGA and what is ASIC and we’ll attempt to elucidate the questions on FPGAs vs ASICs, we will cover the similarities and differences between them.. FPGA vs ASIC comparison summary FPGA vs ASIC visual comparison FPGA vs ASIC Cost Analysis How to choose between FPGA or ASIC.. So, designers can focus into getting the RTL design done.ASIC designers need to care for everything from RTL down to reset tree, clock tree, physical layout and routing, process node, manufacturing constraints (DFM), testing constraints (DFT) etc.. As per Rajeev Jayaraman from Xilinx[1], the ASIC vs FPGA cost analysis graph looks like above... In the case of FPGAs the IC cost is quite higher, so in large volumes, it becomes costly in comparison to ASICs.. ASIC EDA tools and training Cost of designing DFT cost Cost of simulating ASIC Masks Cost Wafer Cost Wafer Processing Die Utilization Yield & Manufacturing Loss Packaging.. It takes some time for FPGA to get configured and the FPGA will start functioning only after configuration loading is complete.. CPLDs start working as soon as they are powered upSince FPGA has to load configuration data from external ROM and setup the fabric before it can start functioning, there is a time delay between power ON and FPGA starts working... There are many tutorials online that will help you learn HDLs, some tutorials tell you how to do simulation, some may tell you about implementation, but no single tutorial that guides you step by step from basics to implementation.. We will be using Xilinx ISE for simulation and synthesis.. You will need ISE license installed to follow the next few parts of this tutorial.. As you may already know, FPGA essentially is a huge array of gates that can be programmed and reconfigured any time anywhere.. FPGA is indeed much more complex than a simple array of gates.. FPGA programming or FPGA development process is the process of planning, designing, and implementing a solution on FPGA... ASIC, FPGA, and DDR rail power design through PMBus power supplies- Part 1: ASIC

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