Department Of Electrical and Computer Engineering

VLSI and Electronics

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This research area considers the problems of design, analysis, fabrication, and testing of VLSI chips, both general and special purpose, as well as the classical fields of electronics, systems, and solid state engineering. The courses and research work in this area explore new developments in electronic device modeling, circuit design, CMOS and BiCMOS, analog and digital functions, device physics, computer-aided design and layout, switched capacitor filters, phase-locked loops and analog-to-digital converters. Specialized laboratory facilities are devoted to the design and testing of VLSI. The department's facilities include PC and color plotters for design and design verification, oscilloscopes, network and spectrum analyzers, logic analyzers and various standard testing lab instrumentation. Prototype chips are fabricated at off-campus silicon foundries.

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