VLSI Device Modeling(Circuits and Systems)

IIT Kharagpur Course , Prof. SK.Lahiri

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Overview

Contents:
Introduction and Historical Background - VLSI Classification - Review of Bipolar & MOS Transistor Structure - Isolation Techniques in Advanced VLSI - Bipolar IC Fabrication - Bipolar IC Fabrication (Contd.) - MOS technology - MOS Inverter Layouts - CMOS Technology - MOS Inverter Analysis - I - MOS Inverter Analysis - II - Inverter with Triode Linear Load - CMOS Inverter

Power & Speed of MOS Inverters - Inverter Speed (contd.) & Pre Charged Logic - MOS Static Logic - Pass Transistor Logic & CMOS Gates - CMOS Static Logic - Dynamic Shift Registers - Dynamic Shift Registers (contd) & Pre-charged Logic

Precharged NMOS Logic - Domino CMOS - Domino CMOS Example - Domino CMOS Example (contd) - Programmable Logic Arrays (PLAs) - PLAs (contd.) - PLA Minimisation (Folding) - Other Forms of PLAs - Weinberger Array - Introduction to Gate Arrays & Semiconductor Memories - Semiconductor Memories - Semiconductor Memories (contd.)

Random Access Memories - Dynamic RAM (DRAM) - Dynamic RAM (DRAM) (contd.) - Bipolar Logic - Integrated Injection Logic (contd.) - Integrated Injection Logic (contd.) - I2 L (contd.) - 2 L Threshold Logic - An Advanced VLSI Single-Chip System

Lecture 1: IIT video - 1. Introduction and Historical Background

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