Wave Pipelining: Theory and CMOS Implementation

Wave Pipelining: Theory and CMOS Implementation

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The quest for higher performance digital systems for applications such as gen- eral purpose computing, signal/image processing, and telecommunications and an increasing cost consciousness have led to a major thrust for high speed VLSI systems implemented in inexpensive and widely available technologies such as CMOS. This monograph, based on the first author's doctoral dissertation, con- centrates on the technique of wave pipelining as one method toward achieving this goal. The primary focus of this monograph is to provide a coherent pre- sentation of the theory of wave pipelined operation of digital circuits and to discuss practical design techniques for the realization of wave pipelined circuits in the CMOS technology. Wave pipelining can be applied to a variety of cir- cuits for increased performance. For example, many architectures that support systolic computation lend themselves to wave pipelined realization. Also, the wave pipeline design methodology emphasizes the role of controlled clock skew in extracting enhanced performance from circuits that are not deeply pipelined. Wave pipelining (also known as maximal rate pipelining) is a timing method- ology used in digital systems to increase the number of effective pipeline stages without increasing the number of physical registers in the pipeline. Using this technique, new data is applied to the inputs of a combinational logic block be- fore the outputs due to previous inputs are available thus effectively pipelining the combinational logic and maximizing the utilization of the logic.
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Product details

  • Hardback | 206 pages
  • 160.02 x 236.22 x 20.32mm | 430.91g
  • Dordrecht, Netherlands
  • English
  • 1994 ed.
  • XVIII, 206 p.
  • 0792393988
  • 9780792393986

Table of contents

List of Figures. List of Tables. Preface. 1. Introduction and Motivation. 2. Clock Period Constraints: Single Stage Systems. 3. Clock Period Constraints: Multiple Stage Systems. 4. Exact Timing Analysis. 5. Exact Timing Analysis: Algorithm. 6. Practical Considerations in Wave Pipelining. 7. Design Examples. 8. Conclusions. A: Example Model File. B: Calculation of Tolerance of Parametric Variations. References. Index.
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