Since process variations in transistors significantly affect cell delays and circuit delay in 90-nanometers and deeper submicron technologies, more accurate timing-analysis methodologies are needed to handle the variations.
What does CD stand for?
CD stands for Cell Delay (ATM)
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A primary advantage of ATM is its extensive support for QoS including the specification and enforcement of QoS parameters defining end-to-end cell delay and cell delay variation (jitter).
CoolTime's library characterization feature using SPICE enables the accurate calculation of voltage drop effects on cell delays and transition times.
Global One provides customized service level agreements (SLAs) to customers of Global ATM, including clear commitments to service availability, repair times, transit delays, cell loss ratio, and cell delay variation.
The carrier claims a cell delay variation of less than 1 msec across the network and an end-to-end delay of below 40 msec.
To ensure that level of correlation requires the timely characterization of the libraries using up-to-date process models and a characterization and modeling solution that accurately accounts for electrical effects such as increased cell delays due to greater cross-coupling and higher power consumption due to larger leakage currents.
Robust Quality of Service (QoS) Parameter Measurements to including, Cell Transfer Delay (CTD), Cell Delay Variation (CDV) and Cell Loss Ratio.
RedHawk-SDL's impact to timing flow addresses the timing accuracy from cell delay characterization and simulation based on actual P/G noise waveforms.