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About the Course:

* A top-down guide to the design of digital integrated circuits.
* Reflects industry design methods, moving from VLSI architecture design to CMOS fabrication
* Practical hints and tips, case studies, and checklists provide a how and when guide to design
* Key concepts and theory are explained when needed to provide the student with an insightful, practical guide.
* Home work problems test the student’s understanding.
* Lecture slides help instructors deliver this course.

This unique guide to designing digital VLSI circuits takes a top-down approach, reflecting the nature of the design process in industry. Starting with architecture design, the book explains the why and how of digital design, using the physics that designers need to know, and no more.
Reference Books:

1. “Essential of Electronic Testing For Digital Memory and Mixed Signal VLSI Circuits” Bushnall & Agrwall.
2. “Introduction to VLSI Circuit and Systems ”

John Q. Oymura
Reference Books:
Design flow in digital VLSI, the Y-chart, Major stages in VLSI design, Cell libraries, Electronic design automation software, Field-programmable logic, Configuration technologies, Organization of hardware resources , The architectural antipodes.

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  • 42
  • Hardware
  • Feb 6, 2011
  • English

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