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									             Assignment II
       Integrated Circuits Design
Ping-Hsiu Lee
Reagan High School, Houston I. S. D.
Deborah Barnett
Tidehaven High School, Tidehaven I. S. D.

Faculty Mentor: Dr. Peng Li, Assistant Professor
Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering
       Assignment II


What is the Research Question?
Introduction of Integrated Circuits
Introduction of Integrated Circuits




           The oldest integrated circuit (7/16-by-
           1/16-inches in size) was created by
           Jack Kilby in 1958
Introduction of Integrated Circuits
   Jack Kilby explains the story of integrated
   circuits
Introduction of Integrated Circuits
Introduction of Integrated Circuits
Introduction of Integrated Circuits
  Structural                                                          Behavioral
  domain                                                              domain
               Processor
                                                                   Algorithm
                     Register
                                                             Finite state machine
                            Gate
                                                      Module description
                                   Transistor
                                                Boolean function


                               Mask

                     Cell placement


                  Module placement


                           Floorplan
                                         Physical domain
Introduction of Integrated Circuits
Research Interests and Focus
• VLSI (Very-Large-Scale-Integration) Design
and CAD (computer-aided design ) with an
emphasis on analog/RF optimization and test.

•Circuit simulation, parallel CAD algorithms,
design and analysis of power and clock
distribution networks.

•Interconnect and timing analysis, statistical
circuit analysis and optimization.
        My Research Assignment
Objectives:
• Have basic understanding on CMOS Circuits.
• Use CMOS Circuits to design a circuit system which has
  basic logic functionalities.
• Analyze the circuit functionality and performance through
  hand (graphical) analysis.
• Verify the circuit through PSPICE simulation.
     My Research Assignment
What is CMOS?
Complementary metal–oxide–semiconductor
CMOS is a major class of integrated circuits.
CMOS was also sometimes referred to as complementary-symmetry
metal–oxide–semiconductor (or COS-MOS).
The words "complementary-symmetry" refer to the fact that the typical
digital design style with CMOS uses complementary and symmetrical
pairs of p-type and n-type metal oxide semiconductor field effect
transistors for logic functions.
Two important characteristics of CMOS devices are high noise immunity
and low static power consumption. Significant power is only drawn when
the transistors in the CMOS device are switching between on and off
states.
My Research Assignment
    My Research Assignment

    VDD
                      A
                  Y
A         Y           B
              A
                             Y
              B
    GND
    My Research Assignment

A                     A
B                     B
C                     C   D
D                             Y
              Y           D
                  A   B   C
My Research Assignment
My Research Assignment
What is the Pspice?
PSpice is a SPICE analog circuit and digital logic
simulation software that runs on personal computers,
hence the first letter "P" in its name. It is used in
electronic design automation. The name is an acronym
for Personal Simulation Program with Integrated Circuit
Emphasis. Today it has evolved into an analog mixed
signal simulator.
My Research Assignment
My Research Assignment
    My Research Assignment
Summary:
 focus on modeling basic CMOS transistor
 behavior using simple switch models and more
 sophisticated continuous models, and then
 analyzing circuit functionality and performance
 through hand (graphical) analysis and verifying
 through PSPICE simulation.
        My Research Assignment

Student Project

Student will be able to use PSPICE (downloadable) not only
to simulate circuit design process but also verify and analyze
their design.
       My Research Assignment
Reference

CMOS Digital Integrated Circuits-3rd Edition
The lecture notes from Dr. Peng Li
http://www.billbuxton.com/10CADchallenges.pdf
http://bwrc.eecs.berkeley.edu/People/Faculty/jan/publications/jp44.pdf
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Main_Page
http://www.ema-eda.com/products/orcad/pspice.aspx
http://www.ti.com/corp/docs/company/history/tihistory_subpage2.shtml
           Acknowledgement
Special Thanks :

•   Dr. Peng Li
•   The staff of E3 program
•   National Science Foundation (NSF)
•   My partner Deborah Barnett

								
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