EE 141 - Introduction to Digital Integrated Circuits

UC Berkeley - Electrical Engineering 141: Introduction to Digital Integrated Circuits (Spring 2010). Taught by Professor Jan Rabaey, this course introduces 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.

Introduction


Lecture 01 - Introduction, Moore's Law, Future of ICs
Lecture 02 - Design Metrics, Introduction to CMOS IC Manufacturing
Lecture 03 - Design Metrics (cont.), Design Rules
Lecture 04 - Design Rules, Switch Logic
Lecture 05 - Optimization of Inverter Logic
Lecture 06 - Complex Logic, Optimizing Combinational Logic: Logical Effort
Lecture 07 - Logical Effort, Wires
Lecture 08 - Wires, Interconnect Modeling, MOS Transistor
Lecture 09 - Transistor Models: MOS Transistor, MOS Capacitance
Lecture 10
Lecture 11 - Transistor Capacitors: MOS Capacitance, CMOS Inverter VTC
Lecture 12 - CMOS Switching Delay, Propagation Delay
Lecture 13 - Propagation Delay, CMOS Power Dissipation, Optimizing Complex CMOS
Lecture 14 - Optimizing Complex CMOS, Pass-Transistor Logic
Lecture 15 - Pass-Transistor Logic, CMOS Layout
Lecture 16 - Ratioed Logic, Dynamic Logic
Lecture 17 - Dynamic Logic, Domino Logic, Sequential Logic
Lecture 18 - Sequential Logic: Latches & Registers
Lecture 19 - Timing
Lecture 20 - Timing, CMOS Transistor Scaling, Energy/Power Revisited
Lecture 21
Lecture 22 - Energy/Power Revisited (cont.), Adders
Lecture 23 - Adders (cont.)
Lecture 24 - Multipliers, Semiconductor Memory Classification
Lecture 25 - Semiconductor Memory: Random Access Memories, Memory Architecture
Lecture 26 - Semiconductor Memory: SRAM, DRAM
Lecture 27 - Semiconductor Memory: Read-Only Memory, Periphery
Lecture 28 - Perspectives

References
EE141: Digital Integrated Circuits, Spring 2010
Instructor: Professor Jan Rabaey. Course Information. Class Schedule. Resources. Assignments. Projects. Lecture 1: Introduction. Lecture 2: Design Metrics. Lecture 3: Design Rules. ...