Practical Guide to Low-Power Design – User Experience with CPF

Power Forward Initiative (PFI) has a publication of “A Practical Guide to Low-Power Design – User experience with CPF.” The guide provides examples of low power design using the Silicon Integration Initiative (Si2)-standard Common Power Format (CPF) in a holistic low-power design environment. This is a guide for integrated circuit (IC) designers and will help efficiently achieve the best possible power savings with a minimal learning curve. 

 

 The Guide

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  1. CISSE Says:

    tout sur Sybase powerAMC


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