By Michael John Sebastian Smith
Complete booklet on ASICs describes the most recent tools in VLSI-systems layout, ASIC layout, utilizing advertisement instruments and pre-designed mobilephone libraries. Covers either semicustom and programmable ASIC forms. DLC: Application-specific built-in circuits.
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W65. Veendrick, H. J. M. 1992. MOS ICs from Basics to ASICs. New York: VCH, ISBN 1-56081197-8. V397. L ast E d ited by S P 1411 2 0 0 4 CMOS LOGIC A CMOS transistor (or device) has four terminals: gate , source , drain , and a fourth terminal that we shall ignore until the next section. A CMOS transistor is a switch. The switch must be conducting or on to allow current to flow between the source and drain terminals (using open and closed for switches is confusingfor the same reason we say a tap is on and not that it is closed ).
We know that the charge on a linear capacitor, C, is Q = C V . Our lower plate, the channel, is not a linear conductor. Charge only appears on the lower plate when the voltage between the gate and the channel, V GC , exceeds the n -channel threshold voltage. For our nonlinear capacitor we need to modify the equation for a linear capacitor to the following: Q = C ( V GC V tn ) . 5) The lower plate of our capacitor is resistive and conducting current, so that the potential in the channel, V GC , varies.
Application-Specific Integrated Circuits by Michael John Sebastian Smith