VLSI Design

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ISBN:

9780198094869

Publication date:

13/04/2015

Paperback

656 pages

241.0x159.0mm

Price: 750.00 INR

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ISBN:

9780198094869

Publication date:

13/04/2015

Paperback

656 pages

241.0x159.0mm

Second Edition

Debaprasad Das

Suitable for: This second edition of VLSI Design is a comprehensive textbook designed for undergraduate students of electrical, electronics, and electronics and communication engineering

Rights:  World Rights

Second Edition

Debaprasad Das

Description

This second edition of VLSI Design is a comprehensive textbook designed for undergraduate students of electrical, electronics, and electronics and communication engineering. It provides a thorough understanding of the fundamental concepts and design of VLSI systems.

Beginning with an introduction to VLSI systems and basic concepts of MOS transistors, the book then proceeds to describe the various concepts of VLSI, such as the structure and operation of MOS transistors and inverters, standard cell library design and its characterization, analog and digital CMOS logic design, semiconductor memories, and BiCMOS technology and circuits. It then provides an exhaustive step-wise discussion of the various stages involved in designing a VLSI chip (which includes logic synthesis, timing analysis, floor planning, placement and routing, verification, and testing). In addition, the book includes chapters on FPGA architecture, VLSI process technology, subsystem design, and low-power logic circuits.

Second Edition

Debaprasad Das

Table of contents

Chapter 1: Introduction to VLSI Systems
Chapter 2: MOS Transistors
Chapter 3: MOS Inverters
Chapter 4: Standard Cell Library Design and Characterization
Chapter 5: Analog CMOS Design
Chapter 6: Digital CMOS Logic Design
Chapter 7: Semiconductor Memories
Chapter 8: BiCMOS Technology and Circuits
Chapter 9: Logic Synthesis
Chapter 10: Timing Analysis
Chapter 11: Physical Design—Floorplanning, Placement, and Routing
Chapter 12: Verification and Reliability Analysis
Chapter 13: IC Packaging
Chapter 14: VLSI Testing
Chapter 15: Field Programmable Gate Array
Chapter 16: VLSI Process Technology
Chapter 17: Subsystem Design
Chapter 18: Low Power Logic Circuits

Second Edition

Debaprasad Das

Features

  • All the steps of VLSI design have been incorporated keeping in mind the industry perspective
  • Terminologies used exclusively in the real design process are followed throughout the book
  • Connection between VLSI design and CAD tools is also drawn in this book
  • Different state-of-the-art electronic design automation (EDA) tools have been explained in detail
  • Numerous review questions and unsolved problems provided as end-chapter exercises to help readers assess their understanding of the concepts discussed
  • New to the Second Edition
  • Chapters on MOS inverters, sub-system design, semiconductor memories, and low power logic circuits
  • Sections on resonant tunnelling diodes, single electron transistors, spin transistors, ballistic electron devices, organic field effect transistors, carbon nanotubes, molecular transistors, small signal analysis of single-stage amplifiers, working principle of bistable circuits, and design of CMOS D flip-flops
  • Revised and expanded coverage of topics such as PLD, Elmore delay model, Domino and NORA CMOS logic, and gate and device sizing

Second Edition

Debaprasad Das

Review

Praise for the First Edition This book is very useful for UG students. It covers all the basics of chip design, right from specification to tapeout. A. Krishna Kumar (Chaitanya Bharathi Institute of Technology, Hyderabad) The book is student/friendly as the language is easy and lucid. Nirmal Rout (KIIT University, Bhubaneswar)

Description

This second edition of VLSI Design is a comprehensive textbook designed for undergraduate students of electrical, electronics, and electronics and communication engineering. It provides a thorough understanding of the fundamental concepts and design of VLSI systems.

Beginning with an introduction to VLSI systems and basic concepts of MOS transistors, the book then proceeds to describe the various concepts of VLSI, such as the structure and operation of MOS transistors and inverters, standard cell library design and its characterization, analog and digital CMOS logic design, semiconductor memories, and BiCMOS technology and circuits. It then provides an exhaustive step-wise discussion of the various stages involved in designing a VLSI chip (which includes logic synthesis, timing analysis, floor planning, placement and routing, verification, and testing). In addition, the book includes chapters on FPGA architecture, VLSI process technology, subsystem design, and low-power logic circuits.

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Reviews

Praise for the First Edition This book is very useful for UG students. It covers all the basics of chip design, right from specification to tapeout. A. Krishna Kumar (Chaitanya Bharathi Institute of Technology, Hyderabad) The book is student/friendly as the language is easy and lucid. Nirmal Rout (KIIT University, Bhubaneswar)

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Table of contents

Chapter 1: Introduction to VLSI Systems
Chapter 2: MOS Transistors
Chapter 3: MOS Inverters
Chapter 4: Standard Cell Library Design and Characterization
Chapter 5: Analog CMOS Design
Chapter 6: Digital CMOS Logic Design
Chapter 7: Semiconductor Memories
Chapter 8: BiCMOS Technology and Circuits
Chapter 9: Logic Synthesis
Chapter 10: Timing Analysis
Chapter 11: Physical Design—Floorplanning, Placement, and Routing
Chapter 12: Verification and Reliability Analysis
Chapter 13: IC Packaging
Chapter 14: VLSI Testing
Chapter 15: Field Programmable Gate Array
Chapter 16: VLSI Process Technology
Chapter 17: Subsystem Design
Chapter 18: Low Power Logic Circuits

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