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Allocating Spectrum

A couple years ago, in an article about clock-generated noise, we talked about Teklatech’s power-shaping feature, which, at the time, was designed to smooth out the noise spectrum by making as few clock edges coincident as possible. Well, they’ve just released a new version that provides more control over the spectrum: you can design in what you want.

In conjunction with new multi-mode, multi-corner (MMMC) support, you can actually optimize different modes for different spectra concurrently by focusing in on the key noisy blocks in each mode and optimizing those blocks for different emission targets.

More detail in their release

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