Digital Integrated Circuit Design from VLSI Architectures to CMOS Fabrication
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2008 Cambridge University Press
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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.
Homework 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,...