note covers the following topics: Basic MOS Technology, MOS transistor theory,
Circuit Design Processes, CMOS Logic Structures, Basic circuit concept, CMOS
subsystem design, Memory registers and clock, Testability.
Author(s): Gopalan College of Engineering and Management
RIT is supporting
two different CMOS process technologies. The SUB-CMOS process is used for
standard 5 Volt Digital and Analog integrated circuits. This is the technology
of choice for teaching circuit design and fabricating CMOS circuits at RIT. The
ADV-CMOS process is intended to introduce students to process technology that is
close to industry state-of-the-art.
This lecture note covers
the following topics: Factory Orientation, Intro to Mesa, TQM, SPC and Process
Capability Analysis, Adv MOSFET Basics, Advanced CMOS Technology, Ion Implant,
Testing Device Problem Analysis, Introduction to VLSI,VLSI CAD and SPICE MOSFET