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VLSI Books

This section contains free e-books and guides on VLSI, some of the resources in this section can be viewed online and some of them can be downloaded.

Advanced VLSI Design by NPTEL

This note explains the following topics: 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, Arithmetic Implementation Strategies for VLSI.

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Introduction to VLSI Circuits Design

This note covers the following topics: Fabrication, MOSFET, SPICE MODEL, Inverters, Interconnect Analysis, Super Buffer Design, Combination Circuit Design, Sequential Logic Circuits , Dynamic Logic Circuits , Semiconductor Memories, Low-Power CMOS Logic Circuits.

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VLSI Design Notes

This note explains the following topics: VLSI Design Flow, Transistor-Level CMOS Logic Design, VLSI Fabrication and Experience CMOS, Gate Function and Timing, High-Level Digital Functional Blocks, Visualize CMOS Digital Chip Design.

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Custom VLSI Design

This note provides experience in designing integrated circuits using commercial computer aided design (CAD) tools (CADENCE). Topics covered includes: CMOS Basics, Quality Metrics, Diode Details, MOS Transistor Details, CMOS Fabrication, Process Variations, CMOS Scaling, CMOS Inverter and Combinational Logic Design.

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VLSI Design by NPTEL

This note explains the following topics: Verilog coding, Metal Oxide Seminconductor Field Effect Transistor (MOSFET), Fabrication Process and Layout Design Rules, Propagation Delays in MOS, Power Disipation in CMOS Circuits, Semiconductor Memories.

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VLSI Systems Design

This note covers the following topics:Nano-Scale VLSI Design Challenges, CMOS Logic, VLSI Subsystem Design,Semiconductor Memories, Source of Variations, Impact of Variations, Device Degradation, Architecture of Current SOC Chips, Challenges of 3D Implementations and Low-Power VLSI.

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Analog VLSI Circuit Design

This note explains the basic analog integrated circuit and system design including design space exploration, performance enhancement strategies, operational amplifiers, references, integrated filters, and data converters.

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VLSI Design Automation Lecture Notes

This note covers the following topics: Chip Design Styles, High Level Synthesis, Register Allocation in High Level Synthesis, VLSI Circuit Issues, Multilevel Partitioning, Algorithmic Techniques in VLSI CAD, Sequence-pair based floor planning technique, Quadratic Placement, Classical placement algorithms , Simultaneous level partitioning based PDP, General and Channel Routing, Maze and Line Routing, Global Routing.

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Computer Aids for VLSI Design

Computer Aids for VLSI Design by Steven Rubin presents a broad and coherent view of the computational tools available to the VLSI designer. This book contains insights and information that will be valuable both to chip designers and to tool builders. Topics covered includes: The Characteristics of Digital Electronic Design, Design Environments, Representation, Synthesis Tools, Static Analysis Tools, Dynamic Analysis Tools, The Output of Design Aids, Programmability, Graphics, Human Engineering, Electric.

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VLSI Technology Overview (PDF slides 60p)

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Introduction to CMOS VLSI Design (PDF slides)

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CMOS VLSI DESIGN (PDF Slides 50p)

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DIGITAL INTEGRATED CIRCUITS AND VLSI FUNDAMENTALS

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Principles of VLSI Design

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