Basics of CMOS Cell Design

Author: Etienne Sicard
Publisher: Tata McGraw-Hill Education
ISBN: 0070599335
Format: PDF
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CMOS short for complementary metal oxide semiconductor is widely used for designing high performance, low power integrated circuits for numerous applications. Basics of CMOS Cell Design introduces the design and simulation of CMOS integrated circuits in deep sub-micron technology. The book covers the MOS device, inverters, logic gates, arithmetics, interconnects and analog basic cells. A second book includes an extensive presentation of analog cells, radio-frequency analog blocks, analog to digital to analog converter principles, input/output interfacing silicon-insulator technology, and a discussion on future developments in microelectronics. The CD accompanying this book includes the lite 3 version of the PC tools MICROWIND and DSCH.

Advanced CMOS Cell Design

Author: Sonia Delmas Bendhia
Publisher: McGraw-Hill Education
ISBN: 9780071488365
Format: PDF, ePub
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Take Advantage of Today's Most Sophisticated Techniques for Designing and Simulating Complex CMOS Integrated Circuits! An essential working tool for electronic circuit designers and students alike, Advanced CMOS Cell Design is a practice-based guide to today's most sophisticated design and simulation techniques for CMOS (complementary metal oxide semiconductor) integrated circuits. Written by two internationally renowned circuit designers, this outstanding book presents the state-of-the-art techniques required to design and simulate every type of CMOS integrated circuit. The reference contains unsurpassed coverage of deep-submicron to nanoscale technologies...SRAM, DRAM, EEPROM, and Flash...design of a simple microprocessor...configurable logic circuits...data converters... input/output...design rules... and much more. Packed with 100 detailed illustrations, Advanced CMOS Cell Design enables you to: Explore the latest embedded memory architectures Master the programming of logic circuits Get expert guidance on radio frequency (RF) circuit design Learn more about silicon on insulator (SOI) technologies Acquire a full range of circuit simulation tools This Advanced CMOS Circuit Design Toolkit Covers- • Deep-Submicron to Nanoscale Technologies • SRAM, DRAM, EEPROM, and Flash • Design of a Simple Microprocessor • Configurable Logic Circuits • Radio Frequency (RF) Circuit Design • Data Converters • Input/Output • Silicon on Insulator (SOI) Technologies • Impact of Nanotechnologies • Design Rules • Quick-Reference Sheets

Advanced Cmos Cell Design

Author: Sicard And Bendhia
Publisher: Tata McGraw-Hill Education
ISBN: 9780070620896
Format: PDF, Docs
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Advanced CMOS Cell Design is a laboratory manual for electronic engineers with an interest in microelectronics. Recent advances in CMOS technology and design are presented using simple terminology and a practical approach. To this end, the book is replete with examples and exercises that simulate advanced CMOS circuit design using Microwind and Dsch, which are software simulation tools developed by the author.The book provides an in-depth understanding of CMOS cell architecture and layout techniques, analog behavior, performances and RF analog cell design. Advanced features of pad structure, protections, packaging and standard description formats, such as IBIS are covered.

IC Layout Basics

Author: Christopher Saint
Publisher: McGraw Hill Professional
ISBN: 0071414819
Format: PDF, ePub, Docs
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MASTER IC LAYOUT WITHOUT AN ENGINEERING BACKGROUND! Tto new chip applications such as cell phones, personal digital assistants, and consumer electronics, electronic semiconductor usage has exploded, creating an unprecedented demand for technicians skilled in CMOS and bipolar design and layout. In IC LAYOUT BASICS, you get the same top-notch material utilized in IBM’s successful training courses. This essential primerbrings you up to speed on: * Integrated circuit processes * Layout techniques * Fundamental device concepts * Wafer processes Writing for technicians without an engineering degree , the authors present concepts from the ground up, building on the simple until the complex becomes crystal clear. Examples, self-tests, and sidebars reinforce the material and make it all quick and painless. For maximum retention, each chapter includes preview points, "motivation" boxes, and executive summaries.

CMOS IC Layout

Author: Dan Clein
Publisher: Elsevier
ISBN: 9780080502113
Format: PDF, ePub
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This book includes basic methodologies, review of basic electrical rules and how they apply, design rules, IC planning, detailed checklists for design review, specific layout design flows, specialized block design, interconnect design, and also additional information on design limitations due to production requirements. *Practical, hands-on approach to CMOS layout theory and design *Offers engineers and technicians the training materials they need to stay current in circuit design technology. *Covers manufacturing processes and their effect on layout and design decisions

Design of Low Voltage Low Power Operational Amplifier Cells

Author: Ron Hogervorst
Publisher: Springer Science & Business Media
ISBN: 1475724896
Format: PDF, ePub, Mobi
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Design of Low-Voltage, Low-Power CMOS Operational Amplifier Cells describes the theory and design of the circuit elements that are required to realize a low-voltage, low-power operational amplifier. These elements include constant-gm rail-to-rail input stages, class-AB rail-to-rail output stages and frequency compensation methods. Several examples of each of these circuit elements are investigated. Furthermore, the book illustrates several silicon realizations, giving their measurement results. The text focuses on compact low-voltage low-power operational amplifiers with good performance. Six simple high-performance class-AB amplifiers are realized using a very compact topology making them particularly suitable for use as VLSI library cells. All of the designs can use a supply voltage as low as 3V. One of the amplifier designs dissipates only 50μW with a unity gain frequency of 1.5 MHz. A second set of amplifiers run on a supply voltage slightly above 1V. The amplifiers combine a low power consumption with a gain of 120 dB. In addition, the design of three fully differential operational amplifiers is addressed. Design of Low-Voltage, Low-Power CMOS Operational Amplifier Cells is intended for professional designers of analog circuits. It is also suitable for use as a text book for an advanced course in CMOS operational amplifier design.

IC Mask Design

Author: Christopher Saint
Publisher: McGraw Hill Professional
ISBN: 0071500936
Format: PDF, ePub, Mobi
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Integrated Circuit Mask Design teaches integrated circuit (IC) processes, mask design techniques, and fundamental device concepts in everyday language. It develops ideas from the ground up, building complex concepts out of simple ones, constantly reinforcing what has been taught with examples, self-tests and sidebars covering the motivation behind the material covered.

MicroCMOS Design

Author: Bang-Sup Song
Publisher: CRC Press
ISBN: 1351833898
Format: PDF, Kindle
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MicroCMOS Design covers key analog design methodologies with an emphasis on analog systems that can be integrated into systems-on-chip (SoCs). Starting at the transistor level, this book introduces basic concepts in the design of system-level complementary metal-oxide semiconductors (CMOS). It uses practical examples to illustrate circuit construction so that readers can develop an intuitive understanding rather than just assimilate the usual conventional analytical knowledge. As SoCs become increasingly complex, analog/radio frequency (RF) system designers have to master both system- and transistor-level design aspects. They must understand abstract concepts associated with large components, such as analog-to-digital converters (ADCs) and phase-locked loops (PLLs). To help readers along, this book discusses topics including: Amplifier basics & design Operational amplifier (Opamp) Data converter basics Nyquist-rate data converters Oversampling data converters High-resolution data converters PLL basics Frequency synthesis and clock recovery Focused more on design than analysis, this reference avoids lengthy equations and instead helps readers acquire a more hands-on mastery of the subject based on the application of core design concepts. Offering the needed perspective on the various design techniques for data converter and PLL design, coverage starts with abstract concepts—including discussion of bipolar junction transistors (BJTs) and MOS transistors—and builds up to an examination of the larger systems derived from microCMOS design.

System Integration

Author: Kurt Hoffmann
Publisher: John Wiley & Sons
ISBN: 0470020695
Format: PDF, ePub
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The development of large-scale integrated systems on a chip has had a dramatic effect on circuit design methodology. Recent years have seen an escalation of interest in systems level integration (system-on-a-chip) and the development of low power, high chip density circuits and systems. Kurt Hoffmann sets out to address a wide range of issues relating to the design and integration of integrated circuit components and provides readers with the methodology by which simple equations for the estimation of transistor geometries and circuit behaviour can be deduced. The broad coverage of this unique book ranges from field effect transistor design, MOS transistor modelling and the fundamentals of digital CMOS circuit design through to MOS memory architecture and design. Highlights the increasing requirement for information on system-on-a-chip design and integration. Combines coverage of semiconductor physics, digital VLSI design and analog integrated circuits in one volume for the first time. Written with the aim of bridging the gap between semiconductor device physics and practical circuit design. Introduces the basic behaviour of semiconductor components for ICs and covers the design of both digital and analog circuits in CMOS and BiCMOS technologies. Broad coverage will appeal to both students and practising engineers alike. Written by a respected expert in the field with a proven track record of publications in this field. Drawing upon considerable experience within both industry and academia, Hoffmann’s outstanding text, will prove an invaluable resource for designers, practising engineers in the semiconductor device field and electronics systems industry as well as Postgraduate students of microelectronics, electrical and computer engineering.