Foundations of Static Timing Analysis - Part 2
Flip-flop from bistable element; timing arcs; setup-time and hold-time; timing paths and timing exceptions

What you will learn

Timing arcs in a flip flop and delays in sequential circuits

Flip-flop construction from bistable element

Setup-time and hold-time analysis

Types of timing paths

Introduction to timing exceptions


Are you at University and want to make choices about your career in the STA-related roles of semiconductor industry?
Are you looking to revisit the basic concepts just before a job interview for a digital design/STA – related role?
Are you a working professional who is looking to rebuild the foundations of Static Timing Analysis ?

Look no further, because this course is designed just for YOU!!

In this course, you will learn about Static Timing Analysis and Dynamic Timing Analysis and their individual use-cases. You will learn about key concepts and terms of STA. This course is time-effective and has illustrative explanations. Fun cartoon characters  will demonstrate the difficult concepts with ease  :).  We discuss about the setup-time and hold-time concepts and their constraints in context of timing analysis. We also discuss about timing paths and a brief introduction to timing exceptions.

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In a mad-paced execution environment to tape out chips to serve customers world-wide, it is quite common for professionals to overlook the importance of keeping their foundations strong and relevant. This course is a one stop platform to refresh/revise/revisit the core concepts if you are already in the semiconductor industry in digital design/STA-related role.

Looking forward to see you in the course!





Understanding the Flip-Flop: Construction and Timing Arcs

Timing arcs and delays in sequential circuits

Setup-time and hold-time

Setup-time and hold-time : Understanding, analysis and constraints

Timing Paths and Timing Exceptions

Timing Paths and introduction to Timing Exceptions

Suggested Topics for Further Study

Suggested Topics for Further Study and Closing