Course Number 0512-4703-01
Course Name Introduction to Vlsi Design
Academic Unit The Iby and Aladar Fleischman Faculty of Engineering -
Electrical Engineering
Lecturer Prof. Yosi ShachamContact
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Office Hours By appointmentBuilding: Wolfson Electrical Engineering , Room: 226
Mode of Instruction Lecture
Credit Hours 3
Semester 2020/2
Day Mon
Hours 16:00-19:00
Building Wolfson Mechanical Engineering
Room 120
Course is taught in English
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Short Course Description

Credits: 3.5
Prerequisites: Digital Logic systems; Electronic Devices.
Introduction: CMOS gates, memories, analog and mixed signal circuits, examples. MOS transistor review: models, static gates, transmission gates, tristate, BiCMOS. CAD tools: layout (LEDIT) and circuit (SPICE). CMOS process reviewer, design rules. Preliminary design: parameter evaluation, rise and fall time estimation, sizing, power estimation, design margining, reliability and scaling. CMOS circuit design: logic selection, timing, IO circuits, lower power design. Design strategies and options: standard cell, gate array, PLD, symbolic design, design verification, data path, examples. Chip design - examples for DSP, memories and processors.

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PrerequisiteDigital Logic Systems (05123561) +Electronic Devices (05122508) Parallel coursesDigital Electronic Circui (05123514)

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