Transistor sizing for timing optimization of combinational digital CMOS circuits
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Transistor sizing for timing optimization of combinational digital CMOS circuits by Lucas Sebastian Heusler

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Published by Hartung-Gorre Verlag in [Konstanz, Switzerland .
Written in English


  • Metal oxide semiconductors, Complimentary -- Design and construction.,
  • Transistor-transistor logic circuits -- Design and construction.

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Statementpresented by Lucas Sebastian Heusler.
LC ClassificationsTK7871.99.M44 H49 1990
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Paginationix, 102 p. :
Number of Pages102
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL17531343M

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For the circuit to meet a given clocking specification, it is necessary for each combinational stage to satisfy a certain delay requirement. Roughly speaking, increasing the sizes of some transistors in a stage reduces the delay, with the penalty of increased area. The problem of transistor sizing is to minimize the area of a combinational stage, subject to its delay being less than a given by: A transistor sizing tool for optimization of analog CMOS circuits: TSOp Article (PDF Available) in International Journal of Engineering and Technology 7(1) February with Reads. A Transistor magnetic core digital circuit. This book covers the following topics: Significant Time Intervals In The Digital Amplifier Operation Cycle, Requirements For Stable Binary Signal Propagation, Significant Time Intervals In The Digital Amplifier Operation Cycle, Derivation Of The Magnetic Digital Amplifier Transfer-function, An Attempt To Achieve A Satisfactory Element Transfer-function, The . Graph Modeling for Static Timing Analysis at Transistor Level in Nano-Scale CMOS Circuits* the slack time for transistors in any CMOS circuit is the maximum value of delay which can just targets the combinational circuits and ignores the se- quential Size: KB.