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Chapters cover defect-tolerant and routing-aware synthesis, pin-constrained chip design, testing and diagnosis, design-for-testability for digital microfluidic biochips, and applications in protein crystallization.
Not only have the overall test times reduced, the quality of assemblies has also improved due to the implementation of a design-for-testability (DFT) approach at the beginning of the manufacturing process.
The project is striving to enhance testing capabilities with improved test methods, by defining design-for-testability criteria for specification writers, and by applying tools and techniques to improve the quality of system-level specifications (55).
With demonstrated expertise in digital design, verification, design-for-testability and system software, Globetech Solutions offers Scalable Engineering Services(TM) designed to turn ambitious projects into successful products.
The libraries contain 535 cells and 130 functions and include a rich set of combinatorial and sequential functions; ultra high-performance, high-density arithmetic cells; register file support via high-density 'bit cells'; scan flip-flops for design-for-testability support; and integrated clock gating cells for power optimization support.
We've been working closely with Mentor's DFT division during the past year to ensure FastScan's at-speed solution handles our most demanding designs," stated Raj Raina, manager of PowerPC(TM) Design-for-Testability, Motorola's Semiconductor Products Sector.
The Sunrise TestGen tool suite is the industry leading product in the fast growing design-for-testability market.
Customers using HTX will be able to improve their design-for-testability techniques earlier in the design process.