Download CMOS Digital Integrated Circuits Analysis and Design By Sung-Mo (Steve) Kang And Yusuf Leblebici

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Introduction

This book, CMOS Digital Integrated Circuits: Analysis and Design, is essentially expected as an extensive reading material at the senior level and first-year graduate level, as well as a kind of perspective for honing engineers in the territories of coordinated circuit plan, advanced outline, and VLSI. Perceiving that the zone of advanced coordinated circuit configuration is advancing at an undeniably speedier pace, we have tried to exhibit up to-date materials regarding all matters secured. This book contains sixteen parts; and we perceive that it would not be conceivable to cover thoroughly the greater part of this material in one semester.

 Consequently, we would propose the accompanying in view of our showing background: At the undergrad level, scope of the initial ten sections would constitute adequate material for a one-semester course on CMOS advanced incorporated circuits. Time allowing, some chose points in Chapter 11, Low-Power CMOS Logic Circuits, Chapter 12, BiCMOS Logic Circuits and Chapter 13, Chip Input and Output (1/O) Circuits can likewise be secured. On the other hand, this book can be utilized for a two-semester course, permitting a more point by point treatment of cutting edge issues, which are displayed in the later sections. At the graduate level, chose themes from the initial eleven parts in addition to the last five sections can be shrouded in one semester. The initial eight sections of this book are given to a nitty gritty treatment of the MOS transistor with all its applicable viewpoints; to the static and dynamic activity standards, examination and outline of fundamental inverter circuits; and to the structure and task of combinational and successive rationale doors.

The issues of on-chip interconnect displaying furthermore, interconnect defer estimation are canvassed broadly in Chapter 6. In fact, Chapter 6 has been altogether reached out to give a more total perspective of exchanging attributes in advanced coordinated circuits. The scope of innovation related issues has been supplemented with the expansion of a few shading plates and illustrations, which we expectation will likewise improve the instructive estimation of the content. A different section (Chapter 9) has been saved for the treatment of dynamic rationale circuits which are utilized as a part of state-of the-craftsmanship VLSI chips. Section 10 offers an inside and out introduction of semiconductor memory circuits

Table of Contents

Chapter No 1 Introduction
Chapter No 2 Fabrication of MOSFETS
Chapter No 3 MOS Transistor
Chapter No 4 Modeling of MOS Transistors Using SPICE
Chapter No 5 MOS Inverts: Static Characteristics
Chapter No 6 MOS Inverts: Switching Characteristics and Interconnect Effects
Chapter No 7 Combination MOS Logic Circuits
Chapter No 8 Sequential MOS Logic Circuits
Chapter No 9 Dynamic Logic Circuits
Chapter No 10 Semiconductor Memories
Chapter No 11 Low-Power CMOS Logic Circuits
Chapter No 12 Bic Mos Logic Circuits
Chapter No 13 Chip Input and Output (I/O) Circuits
Chapter No 14 Design for Maneuverability
Chapter No 15 Design for 
Te-stability