CMOS Digital Integrated Circuits Analysis & Design, 4/e (IE-Paperback)

Sung-Mo Kang, Yusuf Leblebici, Chul-Woo Kim






The fourth edition of CMOS Digital Integrated Circuits: Analysis and Design continues the well-established tradition of the earlier editions by offering the most comprehensive coverage of digital CMOS circuit design, as well as addressing state-of-the-art technology issues highlighted by the widespread use of nanometer-scale CMOS technologies. In this latest edition, virtually all chapters have been re-written, the transistor model equations and device parameters have been revised to reflect the significant changes that must be taken into account for new technology generations, and the material has been reinforced with up-to-date examples.

The broad-ranging coverage of this textbook starts with the fundamentals of CMOS process technology, and continues with MOS transistor models, basic CMOS gates, interconnect effects, dynamic circuits, memory circuits, arithmetic building blocks, clock and I/O circuits, low power design techniques, design for manufacturability and design for testability.



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1 Introduction
2 Fabrication of MOSFETS
3 MOS Transistor
4 Modeling of MOS Transistors Using SPICE
5 MOS Inverters: Static Characteristics
6 MOS Inverters: Switching Characteristics and Interconnect Effects
7 Combinational MOS Logic Circuits
8 Sequential MOS Logic Circuits
9 Dynamic Logic Circuits
10 Semiconductor Memories
11 Low-Power CMOS Logic Circuits
12 Arithmetic Building Blocks
13 Clock (I/O) Circuits
14 Design for Manufacturability
15 Design for Testability