A typical design flow for a high-performance System-on-Chip usually includes memory compilers, which are implemented by different CAD producers for a given technology. These compilers allow to create automatically all file views for a memory unit using its configuration given by a user. However, there was no memory compiler for a 0.25-micron CMOS SOI process used in some our projects. At the same time, chips we were developing in this process had a wide variety of memories including register files. We developed new design approach and patented a multiported modular bitcell. Additionally, a schematic and layout library of basic cells was created to implement register files with different number of read and write ports. This gave rise to development of design flow and a program, which generates typical file views automatically.
Russian Microelectronics – Springer Journals
Published: Mar 11, 2017
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