A comparison of self-timed design using FPGA, CMOS, and GaAs technologies

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Publication Type Journal Article
School or College College of Engineering
Department Computing, School of
Creator Brunvand, Erik L.; Smith, Kent F.
Other Author Michell, Nick
Title A comparison of self-timed design using FPGA, CMOS, and GaAs technologies
Date 1992
Description Asynchronous or self-timed systems that do not rely on U global clock to keep system components synchronized can offer significant advantages over traditional clocked circuits in a variety of applications. One advantage is that because of the separation of timing, from, functionality in these systems, the same circuit may he implemented in U variety of technologies without modification to the circuit. In this paper we explore one approach to self-timed design and describe implementations of an example circuit in three different technologies. The simple routing chip used us the example has been described by writing U program in OCCAM, translated into U circuit consisting of a small set of basic modules, and implemented using Actel FPGA, CMOS, and GuAs technologies.
Type Text
Publisher Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers (IEEE)
Journal Title In International Conference on Computer Design (ICCD)
First Page 76
Last Page 80
Language eng
Bibliographic Citation Brunvand, E. L., Michell, N., & Smith, K. (1992). A comparison of self-timed design using FPGA, CMOS, and GaAs technologies. In International Conference on Computer Design (ICCD), 76-80. October.
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