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IEEE 2401-2019

IEEE Standard Format for LSI-Package-Board Interoperable Design

A method is provided for specifying a common interoperable format for electronic systems design. The format provides a common way to specify information/data about the project management, netlists, components, design rules, and geometries used in the large-scale integration-package-board designs. The method provides the ability to make electronic systems a key consideration early in the design process; design tools can use it to seamlessly exchange information/data.

Standards Committee
C/DA - Design Automation
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Status
Active Standard
PAR Approval
2018-03-08
Superseding
2401-2015
Board Approval
2019-11-07
History
Published:
2020-01-27

Working Group Details

Society
IEEE Computer Society
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Standards Committee
C/DA - Design Automation
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Working Group
LPB - Standard Format for LSI-Package-Board Interoperable Design
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IEEE Program Manager
Vanessa Lalitte
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Working Group Chair
Yoshinori Fukuba

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2401-2015

IEEE Standard Format for LSI-Package-Board Interoperable Design

A method is provided for specifying a common interoperable format for electronic systems design. The format provides a common way to specify information/data about the project management, netlists, components, design rules, and geometries used in Large-Scale Integrated Circuit-Package-Board designs. The method provides the ability to make electronic systems a key consideration early in the design process; design tools can use it to exchange information/data seamlessly.

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