Principles of Asynchronous Circuit Design - A Systems Perspective addresses the need for an introductory text on asynchronous circuit design. Part I is an 8-chapter tutorial which addresses the most important issues for the beginner, including how to think about asynchronous systems. Part II is a 4-chapter introduction to Balsa, a freely-available synthesis system for asynchronous circuits which will enable the reader to get hands-on experience of designing high-level asynchronous systems. Part III offers a number of examples of state-of-the-art asynchronous systems to illustrate what can be built using asynchronous techniques. The examples range from a complete commercial smart card chip to complex microprocessors. The objective in writing this book has been to enable industrial designers with a background in conventional (clocked) design to be able to understand asynchronous design sufficiently to assess what it has to offer and whether it might be advantageous in their next design task.Thus 011 indicates a strong one while 000 denotes received data that weakly indicates a one. ... The interface to the asynchrous decoder is synchronous with the validity of the encoded characters on a particular positive clock edge indicated by a ... in the transmission of three encoded characters), 3/4, 5/6, 6/7 and 7/8 (7 input bits defined by 8 encoded characters with the remaining 6 not transmitted).
|Title||:||Principles of Asynchronous Circuit Design|
|Author||:||Jens Sparsø, Steve Furber|
|Publisher||:||Springer Science & Business Media - 2001-12-31|