The purpose of Analog and Digital VLSI Circuit Design is to provide in a single volume a comprehensive reference work covering the broad spectrum of VLSI technology. It is written and developed for the Electronics and Communication Engineers in WBUT. The goal is to provide the most up-to-date information in IC technology, devices and their models, circuit simulations, amplifiers, logic design, memory, Switched Capacitor Circuits, ASIC. This book is not an all encompassing digest of everything taught within an Electronics Engineering curriculum on VLSI technology. It is an outcome of my experience in teaching this course. I appreciate my students who have recharged my energy in each semester with their suggestions and criticism.
Chapter 1 describes the Introduction to ASIC Design, Design Strategies: Hierarchy, Regularity, Modularity & Locality and Chip Design Options: Gate Array, Field Programmable Gate Array, PLA, PLD, Standard Cell, Full Custom Design. The text has been divided into ten chapters.
Chapter 2 describes Fabrication & Layout of CMOS, Fabrication Process Flow: Basic steps CMOS n-Well Process, Layout & Design Rules, CMOS inverter Layout Design.
Chapter 3 describes MOS Inverter Characteristics including Transfer Characteristics: MOS with resistive load, n-MOSFET Load (Enhancement & Depletion), CMOS inverter and Transient Analysis of CMOS Inverter and Delay analysis.
Chapter 4 describes the Static CMOS logic circuits which include different static VLSI logic design styles and DCVSL logic style.
Chapter 5 describes the dynamic logic design styles including Domino CMOS Logic and NORA Logic.
Chapter 6 describes the Sequential CMOS logic circuits including Behaviour of Bi-stable elements, SR Latch Circuit, Clocked JK Latch/Master-Slave JK.
Chapter 7 describes the Subsystem Design including Adders: Carry ahead adder, Manchester carry chain, Multipliers: Serial-parallel Multiplier, array multiplier and High Density Memory: ROM, Static
RAM, Dynamic RAM, SD RAM, Flash Memory.
Chapter 8 describes the Physical Design including Floor Planning Methods: Block Placement & Channel Definition, Global and Channel Routing.
Chapter 9 describes the Analog VLSI design including MOS Switches, Voltage follower, CMOS Current Sources and sink, CMOS Differential Amplifier and CMOS Operational Amplifier.
Chapter 10 describes the Resistor realisation using Switched Capacitor, Switched Capacitor Integrator and Switched Capacitor Filters. I have tried very hard to eliminate the errors in the book, but realize that few may be slipped through. After completing many readings of the final manuscript, I think that I have corrected most of the major errors and hope that the remaining ones are relatively minor in nature. I apologize in advance for those I have missed.