Accession Number : ADA138310
Title : The Design and Layout of a Complementary Metal Oxide Semiconductor Silicon on Sapphire Cell Library.
Descriptive Note : Master's thesis,
Corporate Author : AIR FORCE INST OF TECH WRIGHT-PATTERSON AFB OH SCHOOL OF ENGINEERING
Personal Author(s) : Sommars,W E
PDF Url : ADA138310
Report Date : Dec 1983
Pagination or Media Count : 266
Abstract : A method was developed for designing CMOS/SOS circuits using computer-aided design tools. CMOS/SOS fabrication methods and theory of operation as well as differences between CMOS/SOS and bulk CMOS were researched. SPICE was used to determine optimum gate width-to-length ratios resulting in symmetrical transitional delays. Two designs were developed to implement the CMOS/SOS programmable logic array (PLA), and a C program was written to automatically generate one of the designs by means of a file formatted in Caltech Intermediate Form (CIF). Basic logic gates were designed as part of a small CMOS/SOS standard cell library, and a medium scale integration (MSI) arithmetic logic unit (ALU) was developed using cells from the library. An analysis was made of significant differences between a NMOS PLA developed by Standford and the CMOS/SOS PLA. According to SPICE results, the CMOS/SOS PLA exhibited slightly faster switching speeds and greatly reduced power dissipation. CMOS/SOS circuits required significantly larger layouts than similar NMOS circuits.
Descriptors : *Complementary metal oxide semiconductors, *Circuits, *Computer aided design, Fabrication, Silicon, Sapphire, Cells, Libraries, Gates(Circuits), Logic circuits, Computer logic, Arithmetic units, Computer programming, Switching, Velocity, Power, Dissipation, Reduction, Diagrams, Theses
Subject Categories : Electrical and Electronic Equipment
Computer Programming and Software
Distribution Statement : APPROVED FOR PUBLIC RELEASE