On-Chip Variation (OCV) – Part 4

Hello And, finally, we have a video on what we posted on this topic. Below is the snippet of the same. Full video can be found under Section 20 on VLSI Academy Course Some prefer reading, some prefer moving images…. Luckily, we have both :). Get back to me in case you […]

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On-Chip Variation (OCV) – Part 3

Hello, The below image models “low-to-high waveform condition” at input of CMOS inverter, in terms of resistances and capacitance. So, overall, its the RC time constant that actually decides the delay of a cell With above, we can safely say, the propagation delay tPD is a function of ‘R’ Now, […]

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On-Chip Variation (OCV) – Part 2

Hello Today, I was a guest speaker at one of the biggest Technical Conference held in Bangalore, and luckily I met few people who had read my previous post. This is what I call “From Virtuality to Reality“. Its really awesome feeling, when you get to meet people personally. We […]

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On-Chip Variation (OCV) – Part 1

Hello Ever thought what’s an interviewer’s favorite questions to rip you off – all of my previous post :). And On-Chip Variation (OCV) is one of them, specifically for Static Timing Analysis interview. This analysis is coming from people who got interviewed and recruited into leading VLSI industries. Most importantly, […]

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