Analysis and Design of Digital Integrated Circuits: In Deep Submicron Technology
This book is a comprehensive guide for students and professionals who want to learn about the analysis and design of digital integrated circuits in deep submicron technology. The book covers the fundamentals of CMOS logic, transistor models, circuit simulation, layout techniques, memory design, and testing methods. The book also provides practical examples and case studies of real-world applications of digital integrated circuits.
The book is written by David A. Hodges, Horace G. Jackson, and Resve A. Saleh, who are experts in the field of digital integrated circuits. The book is based on the latest CMOS technologies and uses standard deep submicron models throughout the book. The book is suitable for advanced undergraduate and graduate courses in electrical engineering and computer engineering.
The book is available for download as a PDF file from the following link: Analysis and Design of Digital Integrated Circuits: In Deep Submicron Technology. The PDF file is free for personal use only and requires a valid Stanford University login.Some of the topics that are covered in the book are:
Digital Integrated Circuits: an overview of the types, applications, and characteristics of digital ICs, as well as the fabrication process and the design challenges[^1^].
CMOS Logic: a detailed analysis of the CMOS inverter and its performance metrics, such as noise margin, power dissipation, delay, and energy. The design of complex CMOS gates using complementary and ratioed logic styles[^1^].
Interconnect: a study of the parasitic effects of wires on digital circuits, such as resistance, capacitance, inductance, and crosstalk. The modeling and simulation of interconnect using SPICE and RC circuits. The optimization of interconnect design using repeaters, low-swing signaling, and shielding[^1^].
Sequential Circuits: a classification of sequential circuits based on their storage elements, such as latches and flip-flops. The design of sequential circuits using static and dynamic logic styles. The timing analysis and verification of sequential circuits using setup and hold times, clock skew, and clock jitter[^1^].
Clocking: a survey of different clocking approaches for digital systems, such as single-phase, two-phase, four-phase, and self-timed clocking. The design of clock generators using ring oscillators and phase-locked loops. The design of clock distribution networks using H-tree, mesh, and resonant techniques[^1^].
Arithmetic Circuits: a review of the binary number system and the arithmetic operations on binary numbers. The design of arithmetic circuits such as adders, subtracters, multipliers, dividers, and comparators using various algorithms and architectures[^1^].
Memory Circuits: a comparison of different types of memory circuits, such as SRAM, DRAM, ROM, EEPROM, and flash memory. The design of memory cells using CMOS transistors and capacitors. The design of memory arrays using decoders, sense amplifiers, and drivers[^1^].
The book also includes several appendices that provide useful information on transistor models, SPICE simulation parameters, layout rules, standard cell libraries, and Verilog HDL syntax[^1^]. aa16f39245