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Two techniques, shield and repeater insertion, are simultaneously investigated. Based on resource optimization, the relationship among noise, power, and delay is investigated. Coupling noise as a function of power dissipation is shown to behave parabolically. Due to this parabolic behavior, the minimum noise can be established. The resulting design expressions are compared with SPICE simulations, exhibiting good agreement. A design case is compared with only shielding and only repeaterdoi:10.1109/iscas.2009.5118250 dblp:conf/iscas/JakushokasF09 fatcat:c4thspeqczfqnkihxmsf7wsfwe