01_Digital_Logic_Transistors

01_Digital_Logic_Transistors - Digital Logic: From...

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Textbook Chapter 3 Digital Logic: From Transistors to Gates
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CMPE12 – Fall 2009 01-2 Transistor: building block of computers Microprocessors contain tons of transistors AMD 6-core Opteron (2009): 904 million Intel Core i7 Quad (2008): 731 million Intel Core 2 Duo (2006): 291 million Intel Itanium 2 (2003): 220 million Intel Pentium 4 (2000): 42 million IBM PowerPC 750FX (2002): 38 million IBM/Apple PowerPC G5 (2003): 58 million Intel 4004 (1971): 2300 The Transistor
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CMPE12 – Fall 2009 01-3 The Transistor: Past and Present
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CMPE12 – Fall 2009 01-4 Moore’s Law “The number of active components per chip will double every 18 months.”
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CMPE12 – Fall 2009 01-5 GPU Processing Compared to CPU
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CMPE12 – Fall 2009 01-6 What Is a Transistor? A switch, which can close between the source and the drain Changing the voltage of the gate lets you change the current flow between the source and drain (closing or opening the switch)
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CMPE12 – Fall 2009 01-7 Metal-Oxide-Semiconductor transistor
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CMPE12 – Fall 2009 01-8 How big is a transistor? If a CPU die were as big as this whole classroom… A transistor would be…
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CMPE12 – Fall 2009 01-9 Logically, each transistor is used as a switch Combined to implement logic functions AND, OR, NOT
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