Item description for Deep-Submicron CMOS ICs - From Basics to ASICs (Second Edition) by Harry Veendrick...
Nowadays, CMOS technologies account for almost 90% of all integrated circuits (ICs). This book provides an essential introduction to CMOS ICs. The contents of this book are based upon a previous publication, entitled 'MOS Ics', which was published in Dutch and English by Delta Press (Amerongen, The Netherlands, 1990) and VCH (Weinheim, Germany, 1992), respectively. This book contains state-of-the-art material, but also focuses on aspects of scaling up to and beyond 0.1 mm CMOS technologies and designs. It clearly describes the fundamental CMOS operating principles and presents substantial insight into various aspects of design, implementation and application. In contrast to other works on this topic, the book explores all associated disciplines of deep-submicron CMOS ICs, including physics, design, technology and packaging, low-power design and signal integrity. The text is based upon in-house Philips courseware, which, to date, has been completed by more than 1500 engineers. Carefully structured and enriched by hundreds of figures, photograhs and in-depth exercises, the book is well-suited for the purpose of self-study. This second edition contains some corrections and is completely updated with respect to the previous one. In the one-and-a-half years of its existance, the first edition has already been used in more than ten in-house courses. Several typing errors and the like, which showed up during these courses, have been corrected. Moreover, most of the chapters have been updated with state-of-the-art material. Numbers that describe trends and roadmaps have been updated as well, to let the contents of this book be valuable for at least another five years.
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Harry Veendrick joined Philips Research Labs in Eindhoven, The Netherlands, in 1977, where he designs complex VLSI chips. In addition, he has been actively involved for years in the training of engineers. His principal research interest is the development of complex digital CMOS VLSI circuits, with emphasis on deep-submicron and scaling aspects.
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Great CMOS Textbook - exceptionally well written Mar 16, 2001
This is an excellent textbook on CMOS. It is very well written and the ideas are presented so logically that they are very easy to understand. The process and design sections are based on real 0.25 micron processes which are very much relevant to anyone working with semiconductors in 2001. The book covers a wide range of subjects, each very clearly. Other textbooks may cover one or more aspects in much greater detail but this one distills the information for you and puts the entire subject of CMOS into better perspective. The books topics are... 1. Basic Principles - mos theory, enhancement, depletion, linear and saturation region, back gate bias, body effect, models 2. Physical and Geometrical effects...short channel, hot carrier, channel length modulation... 3. Manufacturing of MOS devices, lithography, implant, retrograde well formation, shallow trench isolation, drain extension CMP planarization, backend metal, ARC, damascene metal(copper) 4. CMOS Circuits, AC and DC behavior, static and dynamic circuits, Layout and design rules (0.25 micron) 5. Special circuits, CCD, Power, BiCMOS, 6. Memories, DRAM, EDDRAM, SRAM, EPROM, flash, embedded RAM 7. VLSI and ASICS - overview of the design flow leading to system-on-a-chip and ASIC designs 8. Low Power - how to optimize the circuit, process and high level design for low power. 9. Circuit Reliability and signal integrity in deep submicron designs - practical aspects that can kill an othewise great design. 10. Testing Debugging, yield and Packaging 11. Effects of scaling on MOS IC design and consequences of the SIA Roadmap.
Classical Reference for IC/Semiconductor Product/Test Eng. Feb 9, 2000
As an IC Product/Test Engineer,my feeling is that this is the best(maybe the only one) classical reference book for IC/Semiconductor Product/Test Engineer.