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Page: Explain Interconnect Crosstalk
... Crosstalk is the term given to the situation where energy from a signal on one line is transferred to a neighboring line by electromagnetic means. In general, both capacitive and inductive coupling exist. At the chip level, however, the currents through the signal lines are usually too small to indu ...
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Page: Explain Interconnect Scaling
... Once the active devices and regions are fabricated they must be electrically connected to each other to make circuits. They must also be connected to the outside world through their inputs and outputs on bonding pads. Making these connections is the job of contacts, vias and interconnects. Separatin ...
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Page: Explain NOR Flash Memory
... ![Logic Circuit][1] ![Truth Table][2] A CMOS NOR2 gate can be built by using two complementary pairs as shown in Figure. Input A is connected to MnA and MpA, while B controls MnB and MpB. Note that the nFETs are connected in parallel, while the pFETs form a series chain. To understand the operatio ...
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Page: Explain NOR Flash Memory
... ![Logic Circuit][1] ![Truth Table][2] A CMOS NOR2 gate can be built by using two complementary pairs as shown in Figure. Input A is connected to MnA and MpA, while B controls MnB and MpB. Note that the nFETs are connected in parallel, while the pFETs form a series chain. To understand the operatio ...
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Page: Explain Nand flash memory
... ![Logic Circuit][1] ![Truth Table][2] To construct a CMOS circuit that provides this function we will use two complementary pairs, one for each of the inputs A and B, and create the nFET and pFET arrays according to the needed outputs. First, note that there is only a single case where the output ...
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Page: Draw the DRAM Layout
... The 3T - DRAM Layout is as shown - ![enter image description here][1] [1]: https://i.imgur.com/M1ouvjl.png ...
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Page: Explain DRAM operation
... As the trend for high-density RAM arrays forces the memory cell size to shrink, alternative data storage concepts must be considered to accommodate these demands. In a dynamic RAM cell, binary data is stored simply as charge in a capacitor, where the presence or absence of stored charge determines t ...
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Page: Explain SRAM design layout
... To determine the (W/L) ratios of the transistors in a typical CMOS SRAM cell as shown in Fig, a number of design criteria must be taken into consideration. The two basic requirements which dictate the (W/L) ratios are: (a) the data-read operation should not destroy the stored information in the SRAM ...
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Page: Explain SRAM design layout
... To determine the (W/L) ratios of the transistors in a typical CMOS SRAM cell as shown in Fig, a number of design criteria must be taken into consideration. The two basic requirements which dictate the (W/L) ratios are: (a) the data-read operation should not destroy the stored information in the SRAM ...
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Page: Explain SRAM in detail
... The data storage cell, i.e., the 1-bit memory cell in static RAM arrays, invariably consists of a simple latch circuit with two stable operating points (states). Depending on the preserved state of the two-inverter latch circuit, the data being held in the memory cell will be interpreted either as a ...
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