Advanced VLSI Design

IIT Bombay Course , Prof. A.N. Chandorkar

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Overview

CMOS VLSI Design for Power and Speed consideration :Historical Perspective and Future Trends in CMOS VLSI Circuit and System Design - Logical Effort - A way of Designing Fast CMOS Circuits - Power Estimation and Control in CMOS VLSI circuits - Low Power Design Techniques;Datapath Design:Arithmetic Implementation Strategies for VLSI;Interconnect aware design:Interconnect aware design: Impact of scaling, buffer insertion and
Inductive peaking - Interconnect aware design: Low swing and Current mode signaling - Interconnect aware design: Capacitively coupled interconnects;Hardware Description Languages for VLSI Design:Managing concurrency and time in Hardware Description Languages - Introduction to VHDL - Basic Components in VHDL - Structural Description in VHDL - Behavioral Description in VHDL - Introduction to Verilog

FSM Controller/Datapath and Processor Design:FSM + datapath (GCD example) - FSM + datapath (continued) - Single Cycle MMIPS - Multicycle MMIPS - Multicycle MMIPS FSM;VLSI Design Automation:Brief Overview of Basic VLSI Design Automation Concepts - Netlist and System Partitioning - Timing Analysis in the context of Physical Design Automation - Placement algorithm;VLSI Design Test and Verification:Introduction to VLSI Testing
VLSI Test Basics:VLSI Testing: Automatic Test Pattern Generation,Design for Test (DFT),Built-In Self-Test (BIST) - VLSI Design Verification: An Introduction Equivalence Checking,Equivalence/Model Checking,Model Checking

Lecture 1: Historical Perspective and Future Trends in CMOS VLSI Circuit and System Design

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        Advanced VLSI Design by Prof. A.N. Chandorkar, Prof. D.K. Sharma, Prof. Sachin Patkar, Prof. Virendra Singh,Department of Electrical Engineering,IIT Bombay. For more details on NPTEL visit httpnptel.ac.in

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