Over the years, the fundamentals of VLSI technology have evolved to include a wide range of topics and a broad range of practices. To encompass such a vast amount of knowledge, The VLSI Handbook focuses on the key concepts, models, and equations that enable the electrical engineer to analyze, design, and predict the behavior of very large-scale integrated circuits. It provides the most up-to-date information on IC technology you can find. Using frequent examples, the Handbook stresses the fundamental theory behind professional applications. Focusing not only on the traditional design methods, it contains all relevant sources of information and tools to assist you in performing your job. This includes software, databases, standards, seminars, conferences and more. The VLSI Handbook answers all your needs in one comprehensive volume at a level that will enlighten and refresh the knowledge of experienced engineers and educate the novice. This one-source reference keeps you current on new techniques and procedures and serves as a review for standard practice. It will be your first choice when looking for a solution.Read/Write. Operation. Figure 49. 1 shows a simplified readout circuit for an SRAM. The circuit has static bit-line loads composed of pull-up PMOS devices Ml and M2. The bit-lines ... Figure 49.2 shows a simplified circuit diagram for SRAM write operation. During ... The write operation can be described as follows. Consideranbsp;...
|Title||:||The VLSI Handbook|
|Publisher||:||CRC Press - 2010-12-12|