Introduction to VLSI Circuits and Systems

ISBN-10: 0471127043
ISBN-13: 9780471127048
Edition: 2002
Authors: John P. Uyemura
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Book details

List price: $210.95
Copyright year: 2002
Publisher: John Wiley & Sons, Incorporated
Publication date: 7/30/2001
Binding: Hardcover
Pages: 656
Size: 7.00" wide x 9.75" long x 1.00" tall
Weight: 2.970
Language: English

This volume provides a treatment of VLSI design. It stresses the relationship among high-level system considerations, logic design, and silicon circuitry and fabrication which allows the reader to understand the field as a single composite discipline.

John P. Uyemura is Professor of Electrical and Computer Engineering, late of Georgia Institute of Technology.

Preface
Table of Contents
An Overview of VLSI
Complexity and Design
Basic Concepts
Plan of the Book
General References
Silicon Logic
Logic Design with MOSFETs
Ideal Switches and Boolean Operations
MOSFETs as Switches
Basic Logic Gates in CMOS
Complex Logic Gates in CMOS
Transmission Gate Circuits
Clocking and Dataflow Control
Further Reading
Problems
Physical Structure of CMOS Integrated Circuits
Integrated Circuit Layers
MOSFETs
CMOS Layers
Designing FET Arrays
References for Further Reading
Problems
Fabrication of CMOS Integrated Circuits
Overview of Silicon Processing
Material Growth and Deposition
Lithography
The CMOS Process Flow
Design Rules
Further Reading
Elements of Physical Design
Basic Concepts
Layout of Basic Structures
Cell Concepts
FET Sizing and the Unit Transistor
Physical Design of Logic Gates
Design Hierarchies
References for Further Reading
The Logic-Electronics Interface
Electrical Characteristics of MOSFETs
MOS Physics
nFET Current-Voltage Equations
The FET RC Model
pFET Characteristics
Modeling of Small MOSFETs
References for Further Reading
Problems
Electronic Analysis of CMOS Logic Gates
DC Characteristics of the CMOS Inverter
Inverter Switching Characteristics
Power Dissipation
DC Characteristics: NAND and NOR Gates
NAND and NOR Transient Response
Analysis of Complex Logic Gates
Gate Design for Transient Performance
Transmission Gates and Pass Transistors
Comments on SPICE Simulations
References for Further Study
Problems
Designing High-Speed CMOS Logic Networks
Gate Delays
Driving Large Capacitive Loads
Logical Effort
BiCMOS Drivers
Books for Further Reading
Problems
Advanced Techniques in CMOS Logic Circuits
Mirror Circuits
Pseudo-nMOS
Tri-State Circuits
Clocked CMOS
Dynamic CMOS Logic Circuits
Dual-Rail Logic Networks
Additional Reading
Problems
The Design of VLSI Systems
System Specifications Using Verilog HDL
Basic Concepts
Structural Gate-Level Modeling
Switch-Level Modeling
Design Hierarchies
Behavioral and RTL Modeling
References
Problems
General VLSI System Components
Multiplexors
Binary Decoders
Equality Detectors and Comparators
Priority Encoder
Shift and Rotation Operations
Latches
D Flip-Flop
Registers
The Role of Synthesis
References for Further Study
Problems
Arithmetic Circuits in CMOS VLSI
Bit Adder Circuits
Ripple-Carry Adders
Carry Look-Ahead Adders
Other High-Speed Adders
Multipliers
Summary
References
Problems
Memories and Programmable Logic
The Static RAM
SRAM Arrays
Dynamic RAMs
ROM Arrays
Logic Arrays
References
Problems
System-Level Physical Design
Large-Scale Physical Design
Interconnect Delay Modeling
Crosstalk
Interconnect Scaling
Floorplanning and Routing
Input and Output Circuits
Power Distribution and Consumption
Low-Power Design Considerations
References for Further Study
Problems
VLSI Clocking and System Design
Clocked Flip-flops
CMOS Clocking Styles
Pipelined Systems
Clock Generation and Distribution
System Design Considerations
References for Advanced Reading
Reliability and Testing of VLSI Circuits
General Concepts
CMOS Testing
Test Generation Methods
Summary
References
Index

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