Chapter 5:
ANALOG INPUT
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The analog-to-digital converter (ADC)
An ADC is an electronic circuit
whose digital output is proportional
to its analog voltage input.
Effectively it "measures"
CHAPTER 9 FEEDBACK
Chapter Outline
9.1 The General Feedback Structure
9.2 Some Properties of Negative Feedback
9.3 The Four Basic Feedback Topologies
9.4 The Feedback Voltage Amplifier (Series-Shunt)
Module 6 : Semiconductor Memories
Lecture 30 : SRAM and DRAM Peripherals
Objectives
In this lecture you will learn the following
Introduction
SRAM and its Peripherals
DRAM and its Peripherals
30.1
Module 6 : Semiconductor Memories
Lecture 27 : Basics of Seminconductor Memories
Objectives
In this lecture you will learn the following
Introduction
Memory Classification
Memory Architechtures and
Module 4 : Propagation Delays in MOS
Lecture 17 : Pseudo NMOS Inverter
Objectives
In this lecture you will learn the following
Introduction
Different Configurations with NMOS Inverter
Worries about
Module 6 : Semiconductor Memories
Lecture 29 : Basics Of DRAM Cell And Access Time Consideration
Objectives
In this lecture you will learn the following
DRAM Basics
Differential Operation In Dynamic
Module 5 : Power Disipation in CMOS Circuits
Lecture 26 : Power Disipation in CMOS Circuits
Objectives
In this lecture you will learn the following
Motivation
Effect of Power Disipation
How to Redu
Module 6 : Semiconductor Memories
Lecture 28 : Static Random Access Memory (SRAM)
Objectives
In this lecture you will learn the following
SRAM Basics
CMOS SRAM Cell
CMOS SRAM Cell Design
READ Oper
Module 4 : Propagation Delays in MOS
Lecture 25 : Designing Asymmetric Logic Gates
Objectives
In this lecture you will learn the following
Brief Introduction to Asymmetric Logic Gates
Application of
Module 4 : Propagation Delays in MOS
Lecture 22 : Logical Effort Calculation of few Basic Logic Circuits
Objectives
In this lecture you will learn the following
Introduction
Logical Effort of an Inv
Module 4 : Propagation Delays in MOS
Lecture 24 : Methods for Reduction of Delays in Mutlistage Logic
Networks
Objectives
In this lecture you will learn the following
Effect of Using Wrong Number of
Module 4 : Propagation Delays in MOS
Lecture 23 : Logical Effort of Multistage Logic Networks
Objectives
In this lecture you will learn the following
Logical Effort of Multistage Logic Networks
Mini
Module 4 : Propagation Delays in MOS
Lecture 21 : Logical Effort
Objectives
In this lecture you will learn the following
Motivation for Logical Effort
Definition of Logical Effort
Delay in a Logica
Module 4 : Propagation Delays in MOS
Lecture 16 : Propagation Delay Calculation of CMOS Inverter
Objectives
In this lecture you will learn the following
Few Definitions
Quick Estimates
Rise and Fal
Module 7 : I/O PADs
Lecture 33 : I/O PADs
Objectives
In this lecture you will learn the following
Introduction
Electrostatic Discharge
Output Buffer
Tri-state Output Circuit
Latch-Up
Prevention
Module 6 : Semiconductor Memories
Lecture 31 : Semiconductor ROMs
Objectives
In this lecture you will learn the following
Introduction to Semiconductor Read Only Memory (ROM)
NOR based ROM Array
NA
Module 1 : Introduction to VLSI Design
Lecture 1 : Motivation of the Course
Objectives
In this lecture you will learn the following:
Motivation of the course
Course Objectives
1.1 Motivation of the
CHAPTER 10 OPERATIONAL-AMPLIFIER CIRCUITS
Chapter Outline
10.1 The Two-Stage CMOS Op Amp
10.2 The Folded-Cascode CMOS Op Amp
10.3 The 741 Op-Amp Circuit
10.4 DC Analysis of the 741
10.5 Small-Signal A
RF Basics, RF for Non-RF Engineers
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Agenda
Basics Basic Building Blocks of an RF System RF Parameter
Module 3 : Fabrication Process and Layout Design Rules
Lecture 12 : CMOS Fabrication Technologies
Objectives
In this course you will learn the following
Introduction
Twin Well/Tub Technology
Silico
Module 2 : MOSFET
Lecture 7: Advanced Topics
Objectives
In this course you will learn the following
Motivation for Scaling
Types of Scaling
Short channel effect
Velocity saturation
7.1 Motivation
Module 2 : MOSFET
Lecture 8 : Short Channel Effects
Objectives
In this course you will learn the following
Motivation
Mobility degradation
Subthreshold current
Threshold voltage variation
Drain i
Module 3 : Fabrication Process and Layout Design Rules
Lecture 9 : Introduction to Fabrication Process
Objectives
In this course you will learn the following
Motivation
Photolithography
Fabrication
Module 2 : MOSFET
Lecture 3 : Introduction to MOSFET
Objectives
In this course you will learn the following:
Basic MOS Structure
Types of MOSFET
MOSFET I-V Modelling
3.1 Basic MOSFET Structure
In t
Module 2 : MOSFET
Lecture 6 : MOSFET I-V characteristics
Objectives
In this course you will learn the following
Derivation of I-V relationship
Channel length modulation and body bias effect
6.1 deri
Module 2 : MOSFET
Lecture 4 : MOS Capacitor
Objectives
In this course you will learn the following
MOS as Capacitor
Modes of operation
Capacitance calculation of MOS capacitor
4.1 MOS as Capacitor
Module 2 : MOSFET
Lecture 5 : MOS Capacitor (Contd.)
Objectives
In this course you will learn the following
Threshold Voltage Calculation
C-V characteristics
Oxide Charge Correction
5.1 Threshold V
Module 1 : Introduction to VLSI Design
Lecture 2 : System approach to VLSI Design
Objectives
In this lecture you will learn the following:
What is System?
Design Abstraction Levels
Delay and Interc
Module 6 : Semiconductor Memories
Lecture 32 : Few special Examples of Memories
Objectives
In this lecture you will learn the following
Non-Volatile READ-WRITE Memory
The Floating Gate Transistor
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