Introduction to nMos and cMos VLSI Systems Design

Introduction to nMos and cMos VLSI Systems Design
Pulisher: 1986 | 367 pages | ISBN: 013490947X | File type: PDF | 19,5 mb

Until a decade ago, chip design expertise was the sole province of a handful of designers who had the prerequisite knowledge that spanned the diverse disciplines of physics, electrical engineering, systems and computer science. In recent years, a systematic design methodology has evolved which allows the entire design process to be broken down into a number of design layers with abstractions that hide the details of the lower layers. This has led to the development of powerful automated design tools without which the chip revolution would not have taken place.,_1986)_WW.pdf

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