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EE3193/EL5473 Intro. to VLSI Lab Session 3 Before starting the lab itself, complete Tutorial 3 and you may even want the TA to check off that it has been completed successfully. ** Tutorials are found at: http://eeweb.poly.edu/labs/nanovlsi/tutorials/CustomICTut.htm 1. Create a 2-input NAND schematic in your EL5473 library. Make sure the unit size for this gate is 600 nm as it was in lab 2. You may want to refer to tutorial 1 for help creating a schematic. 2. With the 2-input NAND schematic open, create a symbol for it using what was learned in tutorial 3. 3. Check and Save your design. Fix any problems that might exist. You cannot move on unless Check and Save passes with no errors.
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Unformatted text preview: 4. From the Library Manager create a new schematic cell view and name it & SOP4 in your EL5473 library. In this schematic view, implement the following function using the NAND symbol created in part (1): F = AB + CD . Check and Save your design. 5. Open Analog Environment to run a simulation on your new schematic. Set up the input signals A , B , C , and D as pulse wave forms each with a period of 4 ns. 6. Run a transient simulation for two clock periods (8 ns). From your results, use the calculator and waveform viewer to determine t pdf , t pdr , t pd , t rise , and t fall . The schematic, resulting waveforms, and delay measurements are your deliverables....
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This note was uploaded on 09/09/2011 for the course EE 3193 taught by Professor Halenlee during the Spring '10 term at NYU Poly.

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