CMOS VLSI Design: A Circuits and Systems Perspective

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Pearson/Addison-Wesley, 2005 - Technology & Engineering - 967 pages
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The extensively revised 3rd edition of CMOS VLSI Design details modern techniques for the design of complex and high performance CMOS Systems-on-Chip. The authors draw upon extensive industry and classroom experience to explain modern practices of chip design. The introductory chapter covers transistor operation, CMOS gate design, fabrication, and layout at a level accessible to anyone with an elementary knowledge of digital electornics. Later chapters beuild up an in-depth discussion of the design of complex, high performance, low power CMOS Systems-on-Chip.

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I find this book extremely useful as a textbook to learn VLSI design. Concepts are very well explained and the pictures are very simple and memorable. It also embraces a variety of VLSI design topics ... Read full review

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Contents

Introduction
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Summary
63
3 2 Detailed MOS Gate Capacitance Model
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David Harris is the legendary anti-war activist who went to jail for draft resistance in the 1960s. Formerly a contributing editor at the "New York Times Magazine" & "Rolling Stone", his seven previous books include "The League", "Dreams Die Hard", & "The Last Stand".

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