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  • n. A technical description of the connectivity of an electronic design.


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net +‎ list


  • Netlist your design's schematic, meaning that you export a so-called netlist that captures all your design's components and connections in a special-purpose file format.

    Linux Journal - The Original Magazine of the Linux Community

  • 'netlist' is a list of components and the nodes they connect to.

    VersionTracker: Mac OS X

  • Computer scientists have known for sometime, at least for 60 years, that simple systems are capable of universal computation, given only as much “programming” as is required by a statement of initial conditions, an adumbration (“netlist”) of the material properties of the computing elements, and a dynamical law over all.

    2008 September - Telic Thoughts

  • Pathfinder can also simulate transistor-level netlist such as I/Os, PLLs and

    Electronicstalk - electronics industry news

  • Device and node counts are now written in the netlist

    EDA Blog

  • As a result, designers are able to rapidly progress from their initial RTL to a netlist-level or placed-gates handoff to EASIC.

    Electronicstalk - electronics industry news

  • The live webcast and archived replay of the call can be accessed in the Investors section of Netlist's website at www. Current News - Top Stories

  • Unlike the traditional simple-but-inaccurate path-based reduction methodology, SiliconSmart ACE memory characterization employs a smart netlist-pruning algorithm that utilizes FineSim Pro simulation for circuit structural analysis that identifies and eliminates non-essential active devices and RCs.


  • The actual simulation deck after this highly efficient dynamic circuit reduction per measurement vector set is much smaller than the original netlist, shortening simulation runtime.


  • This is because the data and clock usually meet at an internal node, which is hard to locate in a fully RC-extracted netlist.



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