About this title "This exceptionally comprehensive tutorial presentation of complementary metal oxide semiconductor CMOS integrated circuits will guide you through the process of implementing a chip from the physical definition through the design and simulation of the finished chip. Professors: To request an examination copy simply e-mail collegeadoption ieee. From the Back Cover: Electrical Engineering CMOS: Circuit Design, Layout, and Simulation Complete with layout software for the PC, this exceptionally comprehensive presentation of CMOS integrated circuit design will guide you through the process of implementing a chip from the physical definition through the design and simulation of the finished chip. It is useful as an advanced-level textbook or reference for engineers, engineering managers, layout designers, layout draftsmen, computer engineers, professors, and computer scientists. About the Author: R. He teaches several courses on CMOS analog and digital circuit design and has consulted internationally in these areas.

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Chapter 3 The Metal Layers 3. Temperature and Voltage Dependence of Capacitors and Resistors Chapter 17 Memory Circuits Hand Calculations sees A. B Design Rules A recent report by the Semiconductor Industry Association SIA [1] proclaimed that in alone, world hip revenues increased by By the year , the report estimates that world chip sales will surpass The largest portion of total worldwide sales is dominated by the MOS market.

CMOS technology continues to mature, with minimum feature sizes now fipproaching 0. Texas Instruments recently announced a 0. This high density allows for true system-level integration on a chip, with digital signal processors, microprocessors or microcontroller cores, memory, analog or mixed-signal functions all residing on the same die.

I thought everything was going digital! The prediction of the future demise of analog electronics has been around since the mids. According to the SIA report 1], the revenues generated by analog products closely parallel the MOS logic market und achieved a However, while there is still XX demand for analog designers, their role is definitely changing, As was communicated by Paul Gray in [3], the days of pure analog design are over, meaning ihai very lew systems remain purely analog.

More and more systems are integrated, with increased functionality being performed in the digital domain. He goes on to state that the analog designer should become broad-based, with analog transistor-level design as the core skill. For example, DSP and transistor-level analog design skills are needed for oversampling applications such as data converters, filtering, and a host of relatively new circuit topologies based on sigma-delta modulation.

Analog designers are in demand more than ever, simply because the end limitations of digital electronics need to be examined under the "analog" microscope to fully understand the mechanisms that are occurring. Therefore, this text attempts to combine digital and analog IC design in one complete reference. Layout is the process of physically defining the layers that compose an integrated circuit. Typically, layouts are constructed using a computer-aided design program.

CAD companies such as Mentor Graphics, Synopsis, and Cadence specialize in providing extremely powerful CAD software for the entire integrated circuit IC design process, including design, synthesis, simulation, and layout tools within an integrated framework. These workstation-based software tools can literally cost millions of dollars, but provide convenient and powerful features found nowhere else. CAD tools also exist for the PC. It is distributed as shareware, free for educational purposes.

With decreases in feature size come added complexities in the design. Layouts must now be considered heavily in the design process as matching and parasitic effects become the limiting factors in many precision and high-speed applications. The more the designer knows about the process with respect to layout and modeling, the more performance the engineer can "squeeze" out the design.

However, performance is not the only reason to consider the layout. In some cases a 20 percent increase in chip area can reduce the profits of a chip by several hundreds of thousands of dollars. Chip area should be considered as premium real estate. Therefore, much of the first ten Vreface xai chapters of this book is devoted to funclamental layout issues, with other issues presented as the need arises, Madeling is also a key issue.

A simulation is only as accurate as its model. However, some very useful information can be gleaned from the BSIM model which helps make the hand analysis more closely resemble the simulated result.

A successful CMOS integrated circuit design engineer has knowledge in the areas of device operation, circuit design, layout, and simulation. This may have been justified. In Approximately ten weeks the chips are returned to the university for evaluation. Although many texts [] are available covering some aspects of CMOS Analog or digital circuit design, none integrates the coverage of both topics with layout sind includes layout software as is done in this text.

Our focus, when writing this text, was on the fundamentals of custom CMOS integrated circuit design. The first course concentrates on the physical design of CMOS digital integrated circuits with prerequisites of junior level Electronics I and a course on iligital logic design. A possible semester course outline is as follows. Week 1 Chs. Week 2 Chs. The second course concentrates on CMOS analog circuit design.

Mead and L. Hodges and H. ISBN 0 - 07 - - 6. ISBN , J. ISBN Geiger, P. Allen, and N. ISBN M. ISBN 0 Weste and K. Pucknell and K. ISBN W. ISBN: S. Kang and Y. Analog Circuits [23 [24 [ ISBN R.

Gregorian and G. Allen and D. Gray, B. Wooley and R. Gray and R. Ismail and T. Laker and W. ISBN X. Johns and K. Acknowledgments We would like to thank the reviewers, contributors, and colleagues who helped make this book possible; Dr.

Joseph Cavallaro, Brian P. Ian Galton, Dr. Bruce Johnson, David Kao, Dr. Joe Karniewicz, Arent Keeth, Dr. William Kuhn, Wen Li, Dr. Alan Mantooth, Dr. Richard Marks, Mean Moriarty, Dr. Ken Noren, Dr. Adrian Ong, Dr. James Rochelle, Dr. Terry Sculley, Joseph P. Skudlarek, Dr. Stuart Tewksbury, Dr. Don Thelen, Dr. Axel Thomsen, Dr. Jeff Wu, and Dr. Kwang S. Jacob Baker Harry W. Li David E. A flowchart of ihis process is shown in Fig. The circuit specifications are rarely set in concrete; that is, they can change as the project matures.

In almost all cases, major changes after the chip has one into production are not possible. This text concentrates on custom IC design. A custom-designed chip is often valled an ASIC application-specific integrated circuit , Other noncustom methods of designing chips, including field-programmable-gate-arrays FPGAs and standard cell libraries, are used when low volume and quick-design turnaround are important.

The task of laying out the IC is often given to a draftsman. However, it is vxtemely important that the engineer be able to lay out a chip and direct the draftsman on how to Jay the chip out and understand the parasitics involved in the layout.

Viarasitics are the stray capacitances, inductances, pn junctions, and bipolar transistors, with the associated problems breakdown, stored charge, latch-up, etc.

Hand calculations and schematics i Circuit simulations Does the circuit meel specs?


CMOS. Circuit Design, Layout and Simulation (Baker,Li,Boyce-1997)2



CMOS Circuit Design, Layout, and Simulation



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