About the Book :
In this second edition, the authors have taken a new, two path approach to the topic. They develop design techniques for both long- and short-channel CMOS technologies and then compare the two. This approach results in explanations that are multi-dimensional and allows the reader deep insight into the design process. Complete with layout software for the PC, this exceptionally comprehensive presentation of CMOS integrated circuit design will guide you through the process of implementing a chip from the physical definition through the design and simulation of the finished chip.
About the Author :
R. Jacob Baker is a Professor of Electrical Engineering at the Boise State University. From 1993 to 2000, he was a faculty member in the Department of Electrical Engineering at the University of Idaho. He teaches several courses on CMOS analog and digital circuit design and has consulted internationally in these areas. With eight years of industry experience at E. G. & G. Energy Measurements, Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory, and Micron Semiconductor, Dr. Baker brings an industrial perspective into the classroom.David E. Boyce is an independent consultant on semiconductor technologies. He has more than 20 years experience working for General Electric, RCA, and Harris. He has been involved in numerous projects, mainly in the fields of medical ultrasonic imaging, power and high-voltage integrated circuits, and optoelectronics.
Interesting Facts :
The content of the second edition has been updated to reflect CMOS technology's movement into nanometer sizes.Discussions on phase-and delay-locked loops, mixed-signal circuits, data converters, and circuit noiseMore than 1,000 figures, 200 examples, and over 500 end-of-chapter problemsIn-depth coverage of both analog and digital circuit-level design techniquesReal-world process parameters and design rulesThe book's website (cmosedu.com) provides examples, solutions, and SPICE simulation netlists.
Chapter 1: Introduction to CMOS DesignChapter 2: The WellChapter 3: The Metal LayersChapter 4: The Active and Poly LayersChapter 5: Resistors, Capacitors, MOSFETsChapter 6: MOSFET OperationChapter 7: CMOS FabricationChapter 8: Electrical Noise: An OverviewChapter 9: Models for Analog DesignChapter 10: Models for Digital DesignChapter 11: The InverterChapter 12: Static Logic GatesChapter 13: Clocked CircuitsChapter 14: Dynamic Logic GatesChapter 15: VLSI Layout ExamplesChapter 16: Memory CircuitsChapter 17: Sensing Using [Delta][Sigma] ModulationChapter 18: Special Purpose CMOS CircuitsChapter 19: Digital Phase-locked LoopsChapter 20: Current MirrorsChapter 21: AmplifiersChapter 22: Differential AmplifiersChapter 23: Voltage ReferencesChapter 24: Operational Amplifiers IChapter 25: Dynamic Analog CircuitsChapter 26: Operational Amplifiers IIChapter 27: Nonlinear Analog CircuitsChapter 28: Data Converter FundamentalsChapter 29: Data Converter Architectures