Item description for VLSI-Design of Non-Volatile Memories by Giovanni Campardo...
VLSI-Design for Non-Volatile Memories is intended for electrical engineers and graduate students who want to enter into the integrated circuit design world. Non-volatile memories are treated as an example to explain general design concepts. Practical illustrative examples of non-volatile memories, including flash types, are showcased to give insightful examples of the discussed design approaches. A collection of photos is included to make the reader familiar with silicon aspects. Throughout all parts of this book, the authors have taken a practical and applications-driven point of view, providing a comprehensive and easily understood approach to all the concepts discussed. Giovanni Campardo and Rino Micheloni have a solid track record of leading design activities at the STMicroelectronics Flash Division. David Novosel is President and founder of Intelligent Micro Design, Inc., Pittsburg, PA.
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Est. Packaging Dimensions: Length: 9.3" Width: 6.7" Height: 1.6" Weight: 2.15 lbs.
Release Date Mar 17, 2005
ISBN 354020198X ISBN13 9783540201984
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A very detailed NOR flash design guide Nov 13, 2006
Make no mistake. This book is dedicated for NOR flash only. Well, I guess it is because all the authors are STM engineers. Nevertheless, it covers all the basic and if you are non-volatile memory circuit designers (eeprom/nor/nand/whatever), this book is for you.
On second thought, if you have IEEE account and want to go cheap (cheap == not paying for the book), you can get most of the good stuff from this book by downloading PROCEEDINGS OF THE IEEE, VOL 91, NO.4, APRIL 2003. I remembered there are total of 11 or 12 papers in series. Yes, the papers are from the same STM people.
Nevertheless, it is a great book. BTW, forget about the IEEE non-volatile memory book by William D. Brown. It is not a real circuit designer book but rather a poorly lumped together papers by other people.