CMOS Digital Integrated Circuits: Analysis and Design is the most complete book on the market for CMOS circuits. Appropriate for electrical engineering and computer science, this book starts with CMOS processing, and then covers MOS transistor models, basic CMOS gates, interconnect effects, dynamic circuits, memory circuits, BiCMOS circuits, I/O circuits, VLSI design methodologies, low-power design techniques, design for manufacturability and design for testability. This book provides rigorous treatment of basic design concepts with detailed examples. It typically addresses both the computer-aided analysis issues and the design issues for most of the circuit examples. Numerous SPICE simulation results are also provided for illustration of basic concepts. Through rigorous analysis of CMOS circuits in this text, students will be able to learn the fundamentals of CMOS VLSI design, which is the driving force behind the development of advanced computer hardware. Key features An entirely re-written chapter on Memory Circuits (chapter 10). Extensive treatment of state-of-the-art memory technologies, such as deep-submicron DRAM arrays and Flash memories. A unified introduction into VLSI design methodologies. Increased emphasis on sub-micron CMOS technologies in every chapter. Strong emphasis on circuit design aspects throughout the text. Extensive coverage of CMOS fabrication technologies and mask-level layout design. Detailed summary of MOS transistor theory and modeling. Fundamentals of static and dynamic operation of CMOS logic gates. Extensive analysis of on-chip interconnect effects. An entire chapter devoted to low-power digital CMOS design. Dedicated chapters on BiCMOS circuits and Input/Output circuits. Treatment of advanced topics such as Design for Manufacturability and Design for Testability. A website for the book includes a download able version of the solutions manual, password-protected for instructor use. The website also contains Power Point slides and a CA


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PublisherMcGraw Hill
Publish YearJanuary 2002