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IEEE Design&Test Vol. 36, Issue 4

IEEE Design&Test Vol. 36, Issue 4
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Circuits and Systems for VLSI IoT Devices
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Date: July/August
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Volume 36, Issue 4 (July/August)

Highlights
Special Issue on "Circuits and Systems for VLSI IoT Devices"
Tutorial by Wen Chen ; Jayanta Bhadra "Practices and Challenges for Achieving Functional Safety of Modern Automotive SoCs"
General Interest Paper by Maneesh Kumar Pandey ; Tuhina Gupta ; Pallavi Raj ; Rohit Sharma "Implications of On-Chip Single-Source Clocking on High-Speed Serial Interfaces in Network SoC"

July/August 2019 Content


From the EIC
Circuits and Systems for VLSI IoT Devices
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Special Issue on Circuits and Systems for VLSI IoT Devices
Guest Editors’ Introduction: Circuits and Systems for VLSI IoT Devices
  This special issue explores the challenges posed by the design of very-large-scale integration (VLSI) nodes for the Internet-of-Things (IoT) systems. These systems use wireless communication to link together physical devices into distributed real-time embedded systems. IoT systems are used in a wide range of applications, including industrial control, vehicles, smart grids, and medical and health care systems.
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Computing with High-Dimensional Vectors
  Thin-film transistors can be manufactured at low cost and on flexible materials using printing technologies. These characteristics make them very well suited to many IoT applications, particularly wearable electronics. read more.
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Introducing Hardware-Based Intelligence and Reconfigurability on Industrial IoT Edge Nodes
  Industrial automation is an important application area for the Internet-of-Things (IoT) technologies. In this article, IoT system architectures for computing at the edge of the Internet and the use of FPGAs as edge devices are discussed. read more.
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Challenges and Opportunities in VLSI IoT Devices and Systems
  Low cost, low form-factor, and highly energy-efficient very-large-scale integration (VLSI) design is key for the success of the Internet-of-Things (IoT) paradigm. read more.
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General Interest Papers
Implications of On-Chip Single-Source Clocking on High-Speed Serial Interfaces in Network SoC
  Single-source clocking is important for networked SoC architectures. This article discusses the validation challenges related to on-chip single-source clocking due to the distributed clocking trends of recent SoCs and proposes a new low cost and no SoC re-spin solution. read more
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Departments
Practices and Challenges for Achieving Functional Safety of Modern Automotive SoCs
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Conference Reports: Recap of the 24th Asia and South Pacific Design Automation Conference
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Conference Reports: Recap of DATE 2019 in Florence, Italy
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The Last Byte: IoT and That Nagging Feeling
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