R. Jacob Baker
“CMOS: Circuit Design, Layout, and Simulation”
(IEEE Press Series on Microelectronic Systems)
4th Edition, Wiley, 2019
- Electric: computer-aided design system for electrical circuits. It is primarily intended for integrated-circuit layout, but it also handles schematics and even textual hardware description languages
- LTSpice: high performance SPICE simulation software, schematic capture and waveform viewer with enhancements and models for easing the simulation of analog circuits.
- Design of Very Large Scale Integration (VLSI) systems.
- Examination of layout and simulation of digital VLSI circuits using a comprehensive set of CAD tools in a laboratory setting.
- Studies of layouts of CMOS combinational and sequential circuits using automatic layout generators.
- Fundamental structures of the layout of registers, adders, decoders, ROM, PLA’s, counters, RAM and ALU.
- Application of statistics and probability to chip performance.
- Use CAD tools to perform logic verification and timing simulation of the circuits designed.
Module 1 – CMOS Layers
Chapter 1 – Introduction to CMOS Design
Chapter 2 – The Well
Chapter 3 – The Metal Layers
Chapter 4 – The Active and Poly Layers
Module 2 – CMOS Models Design
Chapter 5 – Resistors, Capacitors, MOSFETs
Chapter 6 – MOSFET Operation
Chapter 7 – CMOS Fabrication
Chapter 8 – Electrical Noise
Chapter 9 – Models for Analog Design
Chapter 10 – Models for Digital Design
Module 3 – Digital Design
Chapter 11 – The Inverter
Chapter 12 – Static Logic Gates
Chapter 13 – Clocked Circuits
Chapter 14 – Dynamic Logic Gates
Chapter 15 – CMOS Layout Examples
Chapter 16 – Memory Circuits
Chapter 17 – Sensing using Modulation
Chapter 18 – Special Purpose CMOS Circuits
Chapter 19 – Digital Phase-Locked Loop