Digital Integrated Circuit Design: From VLSI Architectures to CMOS Fabrication

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Cambridge University Press, 2008. gada 28. apr. - 845 lappuses
This practical, tool-independent guide to designing digital circuits takes a unique, top-down approach, reflecting the nature of the design process in industry. Starting with architecture design, the book comprehensively explains the why and how of digital circuit design, using the physics designers need to know, and no more.
 

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Appendix A Elementary Digital Electronics
734
Circuit alternatives for implementing combinational logic
747
Transient behavior of logic circuits
761
Microprocessor inputoutput transfer protocols
771
Practical aspects and implementation issues
785
Summary
793
Symbols and constants
804
Introduction to Microelectronics
1
Acquisition of Asynchronous Data
364
Gate and TransistorLevel Design
386
Energy Efficiency and Heat Removal
459
Signal Integrity
495
Physical Design
523
Design Verification
581
VLSI Economics and Project Management
615
A Primer on CMOS Technology
671

From Algorithms to Architectures
44
Functional Verification
136
Modelling Hardware with VHDL
175
The Case for Synchronous Design
286
Clocking of Synchronous Circuits
315

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Hubert Kaeslin is head of the Microelectronics Design Center at ETH Zürich, where he is also a lecturer in the Department of Information Technology and Electrical Engineering. He was awarded his Ph.D. in 1985 from ETH and has 10 years' experience teaching VLSI to students and professionals.

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