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Low Power Digital Integrated Circuits
This course deals with the design of Digital CMOS integrated circuits. The course consists of three essential components: Theory, Laboratory, and project. Variety of design techniques, such as Static CMOS, Dynamic CMOS, and Transmission Gate are discussed in theory. These designs are studied on basic logic gates as well as combinational and sequential circuits. The lessons learned are applied to arithmetic building blocks such as adders and decoders. A MOS transistor is studied using I-V equations, and the different areas of operations are modeled. The static (DC) are dynamic (transient) behaviours for an important building block, a CMOS inverter, are studied in depth.
Weekly Contact: Lab: 2 hrs. Lecture: 3 hrs.
GPA Weight: 1.00
Course Count: 1.00
Billing Units: 1
Mentioned in the Following Calendar Pages
*List may not include courses that are on a common table shared between programs.
- COE 838 - Systems-on-Chip Design
- Computer Engineering Core Elective Table I
- Computer Engineering Core Elective Table III
- ELE 804 - Radio-Frequency Circuits and Systems
- ELE 827 - CMOS Mixed-Signal Circuits and Systems
- ELE 863 - VLSI Circuits for Data Communications
- Electrical Engineering Core Elective Tables I and II