With this revision, Weste conveys an understanding of CMOS technology, circuit design, layout, and system design sufficient to the designer. The book deals with the technology down to the layout level of detail, thereby providing a bridge from a circuit to a form that may be fabricated. The early chapters provide a circuit view of the CMOS IC design, the middle chapters cover a sub-system view of CMOS VLSI, and the final section illustrates these techniques using a real-world case study.
Professor Kamran Eshraghian is an internationally renowned scientist and co-inventor of the bionic microchip, Professor Eshraghian's pioneering work in CMOS VLSI technology has been encapsulated in a standard text now used by more than four hundred universities throughout the world. It is this technology that has revolutionised the development of the personal computer. Professor Eshraghian has held academic positions around the world, has been granted numerous patents and has co-authored many books. His contributions have recently been further recognised by his appointment as Adjunct Professor at The University of Adelaide.
Introduction to CMOS Circuits.
MOS Transistor Switches.
CMOS Summary.MOS Transistor Theory.
MOS Device Design Equation.
The Complemenatry CMOS Inverter-DC Characteristics.
Alternate CMOS Inverters.
The Differential Stage.
The Transmission Gate.
Bipolar Devices.CMOS Processing Technology.
Silicon Semiconductor Technology: An Overview.
Layout Design Rules.
CAD Issues.Circuit Characterization and Performance Estimation.
CMOS Gate Transistor Sizing.
Determination of Conductor Size.
Scaling of MOS Transistor Dimensions.CMOS Circuit and Logic Design.
CMOS Logic Structures.
Basic Physical Design of Simple Logic Gates.
Physical and Electrical Design of Logic Gates.
10 Structures.Structured Design Strategies.
CMOS Chip Design Options.
Design Capture Tools.
Design Verification Tools.CMOS Test Methodolgies.
Design for Testability.
Automatic Test Pattern Generation.
Design for Manufacturability.CMOS Subsystem Design.
Adders and Related Functions.
Multipliers and Filter Structures.
Random Access and Serial Memory.
FIR and IIR Filters.
Finite State Machines.
Programmable Logic Arrays.
Random Control Logic.