EE 141: Introduction to Digital Integrated Circuits
Electrical Engineering 141: Introduction to Digital Integrated Circuits (Fall 2010, UC Berkeley). Instructor: Professor Elad Alon. This course is an introduction to digital integrated circuits.
The material will cover CMOS devices and manufacturing technology along with CMOS inverters and gates. Other topics include propagation delay, noise margins, power dissipation, and regenerative logic circuits.
This course will look at various design styles and architectures as well as the issues that designers must face, such as technology scaling and the impact of interconnect. Examples presented in class include
arithmetic circuits, semiconductor memories, and other novel circuits.
Lecture 17  SRAM Circuit Design (cont.), Power Revisited 

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Lecture 01  Introduction 
Lecture 02  Integrated Circuit Basics: Manufacturing and Cost 
Lecture 03  Switches, Inverters, and Design Metrics 
Lecture 04  CMOS Switches, CMOS Logic 
Lecture 05  CMOS Logic, Design Rules, Overview of Semiconductor Memory 
Lecture 06  Semiconductor Memory (cont.), Inverter Delay Optimization 
Lecture 07  Inverter Delay Optimization, Gate Delay and Logical Effort 
Lecture 08  Logical Effort, Logical Effort for Decoders 
Lecture 09  MOS Transistor Modeling 
Lecture 10  CMOS Inverter VTC, MOS Capacitance 
Lecture 11  MOS Capacitance and Delay 
Lecture 12  CMOS Switching Delay, Propagation Delay 
Lecture 13  Propagation Delay (cont.), CMOS Power Dissipation 
Lecture 14  Midterm Review, CMOS Power Dissipation, CMOS Logic Review 
Lecture 15  CMOS Logic Review, Wires 
Lecture 16  Wires: Interconnect Resistance & Interconnect Modeling, SRAM Circuit Design 
Lecture 17  SRAM Circuit Design (cont.), Power Revisited 
Lecture 18  Power Revisited (cont.), CMOS Scaling 
Lecture 19  Ratioed Logic, PassTransistor Logic 
Lecture 20  PassTransistor Logic (cont.), Dynamic Logic 
Lecture 21  Adders 
Lecture 22  Adders (cont.), Multipliers 
Lecture 23  Domino Logic 
Lecture 24  Domino Logic (cont.), Sequential Elements: Latches & FlipFlops 
Lecture 25  Sequential Elements (cont.), Timing 
Lecture 26  Timing, Clock Distribution 
Lecture 27  Clock Distribution, I/O Design, Power Distribution 