Design of Integrated Circuits
- Garant předmětu:
- Jiří Jakovenko
- Jiří Jakovenko, Jan Novák
- Jiří Jakovenko, Jan Novák
- Department of Microelectronics
Main tasks of integrated circuits designer; design abstraction levels - Y chart. Definitions of specification, feasibility study, criteria for technology and design kits selection. Integrated systems design and simulation methodologies. Main features of full custom design, gate array, standard cells, programmable array logic. Design aspects of RF and mobile low power systems. Verilog-A, Verilog-AMS, VHDL-A. Logic and physical synthesis. Frond End and Back End design. Floorplanning, place and route, layout, parasitic extraction, time analysis, testbenches design and verification.
- Syllabus of lectures:
1. Main tasks of analogue and digital integrated circuits designer; design methodologies (top down, bottom up), design abstraction levels - Y chart.
2. Application specific integrated circuits systems types, full custom design, gate array, standard cells, programmable array logic; main features, economical aspect of the design.
3. Full customs integrated systems, feasibility study, specification, criteria for technology and design kits selection.
4. World standards and CAD tools for analog and mix-signal integrated circuits design, design of RF and mobile low power systems.
5. Design tools for automatic generation of analog behavior models, bottom up design methodology, macro blocks.
6. Design principles of mix-signal integrated circuits, purpose of hierarchical design, digital and analogue block interface, CAD design tools for automatic circuit generation; functional and static time analysis, formal verification; Verilog-A, Verilog-AMS, VHDL-A.
7. Design aspects of radiofrequency integrated circuits ( RFIC WLAN), design methodologies, main architectures, technologies, Sectre RF simulator.
8. Design tools and methodologies for digital integrated circuits and systems; language VHDL, Verilog; library cells; parameters extractions for library cells development.
9. Frond end design - functional specification, RTL, logic synthesis, Gate-level netlist, behavioral stimulus extraction.
10. Back End design - specification of Design Kit, mapping of the design, Floorplanning, place and route, layout, parasitic extraction, layout versus schema check (LVS).
11. Methods of physical synthesis, placement of functional blocks, power lines design and distribution, simulation of interconnect continuity, design verification.
12. Distribution of clock signal, calculating of delay, static and dynamic timing analysis.
13. Testing, design of testbenches, design verification methods.
14. Tape out and fabrication, integrated systems verification, scaling and design mapping to different technologies.
- Syllabus of tutorials:
1. CADENCE design tools
2. CMOS Design kit description, librarys, component model
3. Mix-signal design - hierarchical structuring, design abstraction.
4. Mix-signal design - simulations, interface definition, Spectre AMS simulator.
5. Demonstration of mix-signal design - corner and Monte Carlo analysis.
6. Analogue layout, methodologies, parasitic extraction, design rule check.
7. Digital layout (Back End design), Floorplanning, routing, timing analysis.
8. Student project - design of mix-signal IC.
9. Student project - design of mix-signal IC.
10. Student project - design of mix-signal IC.
11. Student project - design of mix-signal IC.
12. Student project - design of mix-signal IC.
13. Student project - design of mix-signal IC.
14. Student project presentation, final assessment.
- Study Objective:
- Study materials:
B. Razavi: Design of Analog CMOS Integrated Circuits, McGRAW-Hill, 2001
B. Murari, F. Bertotti, G.A.Vignola: Smart Power ICs, Springer, 2002
P. Gray, P Hurst, s. Lewis, R. Mayer: Analysis and Design of Analog Integrated Circuits, John Wiley and Sons, 2000
- Further information:
- Time-table for winter semester 2022/2023:
- Time-table is not available yet
- Time-table for summer semester 2022/2023:
- The course is a part of the following study plans:
- Electronics and Communications - Electronics (compulsory course in the program)
- Electronics and Communications - Technology of the Internet of Things (compulsory elective course)