|Book Title:||VLSI Design|
|Publication:||Oxford University Press (1 March 2011)|
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Overview of VLSI Design Book
VLSI Design is intended to serve as a comprehensive textbook for undergraduate students of engineering. It seeks to provide a thorough understanding of the fundamental concepts and design of VLSI systems. The book starts by providing a historical perspective as well as design methodologies of VLSI systems. It then proceeds on to describe the various concepts of VLSI such as SCLD and its characterization, MOS Transistors, Analog and Digital CMOS Logic Designs, and BiCMOS Technology and Circuits. Detailed description of Hardware Description Languages such as VHDL and Verilog is covered before taking up an exhaustive, step-wise discussion on the various stages involved in designing a VLSI chip (that includes logic synthesis, timing analysis, floor planning, placement and routing, verification, and testing). The book also contains seperate chapters on FPGA including its architecture, and important softwares such as Xilinx, IRSIM, and GOSPL and VLSI Process Technology. Written in a lucid manner, the book contains numerous examples and illustrations supporting the text. Exercises in the form of MCQs and review questions, including both short and long answer type questions are provided at the end of every chapter. An appendix on the tutorial on SPICE is provided to enhance the understanding of designing and simulation of circuits.
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