Digital Integrated Circuits: A Design Perspective: Business written by Jan M. Rabaey is mainly intended for the use of both senior and graduate levels of digital circuit design, and it also provides a high-tech reference text for all professional engineers. Apart from making available a firm and profound analysis of the function of digital gates, it treats the immediate issues that faces today�s digital circuit designer like power minimization, performance optimization, impact of design automation, power interconnect, timing synchronization, and packaging. The book has its own website and the homepage provides aspiring students with additional homework exercises, companion software tools, instructor material, challenging design problems, as well as errata.
Digital Integrated Circuits: A Design Perspective: Business is progressive in both form and content. In this way, this essentially practical book successfully fills the gap between system perspective and circuit perspective of the integrated digital circuit design. This authoritative work maintains a reliable and rational flow of the topic in question, all through its pages. It effectively addresses the most compelling and significant industry topics of today, that include design for low power, the impact of interconnect, issues in clocking and timing, design methodologies, as well as the fantastic outcome of design automation on the digital design point of view, for all readers who are interested in the designing of digital circuits.
Digital Integrated Circuits: A Design Perspective: Business is specifically written for the use of both undergraduate as also senior levels of digital circuit design classes in general.
Other best- selling books by the author are Low Power Design Essentials (Integrated Circuits and Systems). You can buy this product online. This paperback book is listed with the ISBN number of ISBN-10: 8120322576 ISBN-13: 978-8120322578.