Basics of CMOS Cell Design

by: Etienne Sicard, Sonia Delmas Bendhia


Abstract: CMOS—short for complementary metal oxide semiconductor—is widely used for designing high performance, low power integrated circuits for numerous applications. Basics of CMOS Cell Design introduces the design and simulation of CMOS integrated circuits in deep sub-micron technology. The book covers the MOS device, inverters, logic gates, arithmetics, interconnects and analog basic cells. A second book includes an extensive presentation of analog cells, radio-frequency analog blocks, analog to digital to analog converter principles, input/output interfacing silicon-insulator technology, and a discussion on future developments in microelectronics. The CD accompanying this book includes the lite 3 version of the PC tools MICROWIND and DSCH.
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Title: Basics of CMOS Cell Design

Publisher: McGraw Hill Education (India) Private Limited

Copyright / Pub. Date: 2007 McGraw Hill Education (India) Private Limited

ISBN: 9780070599338

Authors:

Etienne Sicard was born in Paris, in June 1961. He received a B.S degree in 1984 and a Ph.D. in Electrical Engineering in 1987, both from the University of Toulouse. He was granted a scholarship by the Japanese Ministry of Education and stayed on for 18 months at the University of Osaka, Japan. Previously a professor of electronics in the department of physics at the University of Balearic Islands, Spain. Sicard is currently professor at the INSA Electronic Engineering School of Toulouse. His research interests include several aspects of integrated circuit design including noise tolerance and electromagnetic compatibility of integrated circuits. Sicard is the author of several educational softwares in the field of microelectronics and sound processing.

Sonia Delmas Bendhia was born in Toulouse, in April 1972. She received an engineering diploma in 1995, and a Ph.D. in Electronic Design from the National Institute of Applied Sciences, Toulouse, in 1998. Sonia Bendhia is currently a senior lecturer at INSA Electronic Engineering Scholl of Toulouse, Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering. Her research interests include signal integrity in deep sub-micron CMOS Ics, analog design and electromagnetic compatibility of systems. Sonia is the author of technical papers concerning signal integrity and electromagnetic compatibility.

Description: CMOS—short for complementary metal oxide semiconductor—is widely used for designing high performance, low power integrated circuits for numerous applications. Basics of CMOS Cell Design introduces the design and simulation of CMOS integrated circuits in deep sub-micron technology. The book covers the MOS device, inverters, logic gates, arithmetics, interconnects and analog basic cells. A second book includes an extensive presentation of analog cells, radio-frequency analog blocks, analog to digital to analog converter principles, input/output interfacing silicon-insulator technology, and a discussion on future developments in microelectronics. The CD accompanying this book includes the lite 3 version of the PC tools MICROWIND and DSCH.