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ECE 3060 VLSI and Advanced Digital Design Lecture 1 Introduction
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ECE 3060 Lecture 1–2 You will need: Text: Modern VLSI Design Wolf Text: Logical Effort Sutherland et. al. Reference: Your previous digital design text Colored pencils red green brown • blue purple or cyan To take good notes
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ECE 3060 Lecture 1–3 Course Objectives Fundamentals of VLSI CMOS technology layout performance (timing and power) design styles module designs (e.g. adders, faster adders, barrel shifters,. .. Advanced issues in digital design combinational logic minimization sequential logic minimization clocking synchronization and asynchronous design testing
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ECE 3060 Lecture 1–4 A Word on Academic Integrity Where is “the line” in a lab and design course? Do: Discuss lab problems with your colleagues Discuss homeworks with your colleagues Discuss design tools issues with your colleagues Don’t: Work “together” to solve a homework set Turn in identical papers “Share” layouts, simulations, etc. Violations of the Honor Code will be referred to the Dean of Students for resolution.
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11 The Transistor Revolution The Transistor Revolution First transistor Bell Labs, 1948
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12 Early Integrated Circuits Early Integrated Circuits Bipolar logic 1960’s ECL 3-input Gate Motorola 1966
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13 Intel 4004 Micro Intel 4004 Micro - - Processor Processor 1971 1000 transistors 1 MHz operation
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14 Intel Pentium (IV) microprocessor Intel Pentium (IV) microprocessor
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ECE 3060 Lecture 1–6 Intel Microprocessors Size is scaled so transistor size is constant ’82: 134K, ’85: 275K, ’89:1.2M, ’93: 3.1M, ’95: 5.5M
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