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Phases of an ASIC Project

Authored on: Nov 14, 2005 by Nigel Horspool and Peter Gorman

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This chapter provides an overview of the entire Application-Specific Integrated Circuit (ASIC) development process. Starting from feasibility, it breaks the process down into a set of project phases that must be carried out to obtain fully validated silicon that can be used by production. The main activities in each phase are described, as are the roles and responsibilities of the different members of the project team during these phases.

Reproduced from the book The ASIC Handbook. Copyright © 2001 Pearson Education, Prentice Hall PTR. All rights reserved. Reproduced by permission of Prentice Hall PTR. Written permission from Prentice Hall PTR is required for all other uses.

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