Introduction to CMOS VLSI Design PPT Slides


Introduction to CMOS VLSI Design

Instructor   Adnan Aziz

PPT SLIDES

  1. Introduction (1.1-1.3)
  2. CMOS Fabrication and its implications (1.3, 3.1-3.5)
  3. Elementary CMOS logic design and layout (1.4-1.5.5) See Chris Mack’s page for a nice litho tutorial.
  4. MOS Device Equations (2.1-2.3.1)
  5. CMOS Logic: Quantiative Analysis (2.3.2-2.6, 4.2)
  6. Logical Effort (4.3)
  7. Interconnect (4.5-4.6)
  8. Simulating Circuits (5 – we won’t cover this material, but you may want to brush up on it)
  9. Adders  (10.1-10.2) Mathematical treatment of parallel prefix computation
  10. Advanced static gate design   (6.1-6.2.1)
  11. Alternatives to static logic (6.2.2-6.2.5, 6.4-6.6)
  12. Sequential Design (7.1-7.5)
  13. Datapath  (10.3-10.10)
  14. SRAMs (11.1-11.2)
  15. CAMs, ROMs, and PLAs (11.4-11.7)
  16. MOS Devices in DSM (2.4)
  17. Circuit Pitfalls (6.3)
  18. Test (4.8, 9)
  19. Low Power(6, with an emphasis on 6.5)
    • Kevin Nowka’s notes on low power design
  20. Design for Skew (7.5-7.6, 12.5)
  21. Packaging, Power Supplies, and I/O (12.2-12.4)
  22. Scaling and Economics(4.9, and 8.5)
    • Kevin Nowka’s notes on variability: very up-to-date, with lots of hard data
  23. Evolution of Intel processors
  24. Case Study: Cell Processor. An article detailing the cell processor
  25. Review