Assignment
MOS Transistor
Chapter 3, Digital Integrated Circuits, J. M. Rabaey, 2nd Edition
1) Given the data in the table below for a short channel NMOS transistor with
VDSAT=0.6V and k=100A/V2, calculate VT0, , , 2f and W/L.
1
2
3
4
5
VGS
2.5
2
2
2
2
VD
ECE-637, Timing Assignment
Chapter 10, Digital Integrated Circuits, a Design Perspective, J. Rabaey, 2nd Edition
1. For the circuit in Figure 0.1, assume a unit delay through the Register and Logic blocks
(i.e., tR = tL = 1). Assume that the registers, wh
ECE-637, Solution for Timing Assignment
Chapter 10, Digital Integrated Circuits, a Design Perspective, J. Rabaey, 2nd Edition
1. For the circuit in Figure 0.1, assume a unit delay through the Register and Logic blocks
(i.e., tR = tL = 1). Assume that the
Wire Assignment
Chapter 4, Digital Integrated Circuits, a Design Perspective, J. Rabaey, 2nd Edition
1- Figure P3.1 shows a clock-distribution network. Each segment of the clock network
(between the nodes) is 5 mm long, 3 m wide, and is implemented in pol
Wire Assignment #2
Digital Integrated Circuits, a Design Perspective, J. Rabaey, 2nd Edition
1- Stray coupling capacitance can cause signals to be fed directly from gate input to
gate output. Consider the parasitic capacitances in the circuit of Figure-1.
Wire Assignment
Chapter 4, Digital Integrated Circuits, a Design Perspective, J. Rabaey, 2nd Edition
1- Figure P3.1 shows a clock-distribution network. Each segment of the clock network
(between the nodes) is 5 mm long, 3 m wide, and is implemented in pol
Wire Assignment #2
Digital Integrated Circuits, a Design Perspective, J. Rabaey, 2nd Edition
1- Stray coupling capacitance can cause signals to be fed directly from gate input to
gate output. Consider the parasitic capacitances in the circuit of Figure-1.
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ECE 140 Lab 5: Sinusoidal Response (F11)
Lab Section:
Name (student A): Matthew Pizzinato
Email: mpizzina@gmail.com
Name (student B): Robert Dysart
Email: rpdysart@uwaterloo.ca
Declaration: The students named above have participated equally in the
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ECE 637 Quiz (October 21‘St 20l5) 45 minutes
Total Marks 10
Name . Enrolment # .
Attempt all the problems. If a parameter is missing make a reasonable assumption,
state it and proceed. Only simple calculators are allowed.
Vow (V)_[ K’ (A/VZ) k(
Solution
MOS Transistor
Chapter 3, Digital Integrated Circuits, J. M. Rabaey, 2nd Edition
1) Given the data in the table below for a short channel NMOS transistor with
VDSAT=0.6V and k=100A/V2, calculate VT0, , , 2f and W/L.
1
2
3
4
5
VGS
2.5
2
2
2
2
VDS
Assignment
Inverter
Chapter 3, Digital Integrated Circuits, J. M. Rabaey, 2nd Edition
1. The layout of a static CMOS inverter is given in Figure 5.1. ( = 0.125 m).
a. Determine the sizes of the NMOS and PMOS transistors.
b. Is the VTC affected when the ou
ECE-637, Assignment - Adder
Chapter 11, Digital Integrated Circuits, a Design Perspective, J. Rabaey, 2nd Edition
1) A magnitude comparator for unsigned numbers can be constructed using full adders
and Boolean logic gates as building blocks. For this prob
ECE-637, Assignment #1
Chapter 11, Digital Integrated Circuits, a Design Perspective, J. Rabaey, 2nd Edition
1) A magnitude comparator for unsigned numbers can be constructed using full adders
and Boolean logic gates as building blocks. For this problem y
ECE 637: Digital Integrated Circuits
Solution Sequential Logic Circuits
Text: Chapter 7, Digital Integrated Circuits 2nd Ed, Rabaey
1)
i) Draw the schematic for a negative edge triggered D flip-flop using:
a. C2MOS logic
b. TSPC logic
Solution:
1
ii) For
ECE 637: Digital Integrated Circuits
Assignment Sequential Logic Circuits
Text: Chapter 7, Digital Integrated Circuits 2nd Ed, Rabaey
1)
i) Draw the schematic for a negative edge triggered D flip-flop using:
a. C2MOS logic
b. TSPC logic
ii) For the above
Assignment
Combinational Logic Gates in CMOS
Chapter 6, Digital Integrated Circuits 2nd
1)
Implement the equation X = (A + B) (C + D + E) + F) G using complementary CMOS.
Size the devices so that the output resistance is the same as that of an inverter wi
Assignment
Combinational Logic Gates in CMOS
Chapter 6, Digital Integrated Circuits 2nd
1)
Implement the equation X = (A + B) (C + D + E) + F) G using complementary CMOS.
Size the devices so that the output resistance is the same as that of an inverter wi
Assignment
Inverter
Chapter 3, Digital Integrated Circuits, J. M. Rabaey, 2nd Edition
1. The layout of a static CMOS inverter is given in Figure 5.1. ( = 0.125 m).
a. Determine the sizes of the NMOS and PMOS transistors.
Solution
The sizes are wn=1.0m, ln
University of Waterloo
Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering
ECE637- Design of VLSI MOS Integrated Circuit
Final Examination Instructor: Manoj Sachdev Date: 5‘h Dec 2013
Total Marks: 50 Time 150 minutes
Attempt all the problems. If a paramet
Digital Integrated Circuits
Assignment Solution The Inverter
Text: Chapter 5, Digital Integrated Circuits 2nd Ed, Rabaey
1) Consider the CMOS inverter circuit in Figure P1 with the following parameters. Assume long
channel transistors and no velocity satu
Solution
MOS Transistor
Chapter 3, Digital Integrated Circuits, J. M. Rabaey, 2nd Edition
1) Given the data in the table below for a short channel NMOS transistor with
VDSAT=0.6V and k =100 A/V2, calculate VT0, , , 2 f and W/L.
1
2
3
4
5
VGS
2.5
2
2
2
2
F
ECE 437
ECE 637
Integrated VLSI
Systems
Jan M. Rabaey
Anantha Chandrakasan
Borivoje Nikolic
Introduction
1
Introduction
EE141
Course Details
Instructor
Manoj Sachdev; msachdev@uwaterloo.ca
Lectures
L t
Wednesday 8.30-11.20am; EIT 3151
Text
Digital Integra
A Family of Adders
Simon Knowles
Element 14, Aztec Centre, Bristol, UK
sknowles@e-14.com
Abstract
Binary carry-propagating addition can be efficiently
expressed as a prefix computation. Several examples of
adders based on such a formulation have been publ
ECE637
Digital Integrated
Circuits
A Design Perspective
Jan M. Rabaey
Anantha Chandrakasan
Borivoje Nikolic
The Devices
July 30, 2002
Digital Integrated Circuits2nd
Devices
Goal of this chapter
Present intuitive understanding of device
ope at o
operation
Digital Integrated Circuits
Assignment The Inverter
Text: Chapter 5, Digital Integrated Circuits 2nd Ed, Rabaey
1) Consider the CMOS inverter circuit in Figure P1 with the following parameters. Assume long
channel transistors and no velocity saturation.
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