Digital libraries and IP blocks (RAM, ROM):
Digital design is based on the use of prepared libraries of logical elements, which include both simple logic gates and elements that perform more complex functions: triggers, adders, multiplexers, etc.
For each library element its logical function data is prepared, its electrical circuit is designed and optimized, its topology is drawn, and the calculation of electrical parameters is performed. As a result a set of models is created that describes element's behavior and accurately characterizes timing and power performance. Synthesis, place-and-route, verification and signoff tools use these models for automated design of digital blocks.
Created in the 2012 the digital design group has accumulated a large experience of developing on a wide variety of microelectronics technologies (800/500/350/180 nm), successfully developed a large number of various devices using the most popular CAE / CAD systems (Cadence, Mentor Graphics, Synopsys):