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2013 26th International Conference on VLSI Design: concurrently with the 12th International Conference on Embedded Systems

The conference is a forum for researchers and designers to present and discuss various aspects of VLSI design, electronic design automation (EDA), embedded systems, and enabling technologies. It covers the entire spectrum of activities in the two vital areas of very large scale integration (VLSI) and embedded systems, which underpin the semiconductor industry.


2012 19th IEEE International Conference on Electronics, Circuits and Systems - (ICECS 2012)

The IEEE International Conference on Electronics, Circuits, and Systems (ICECS) is the flagship conference of the IEEE Circuits and Systems (CAS) Society in Region 8 of IEEE (Europe, Middle East, and Africa). It annually presents papers from the whole world on design methodologies, techniques, and experimental results in emerging electronics, circuits, and systems topics.

  • 2011 18th IEEE International Conference on Electronics, Circuits and Systems - (ICECS 2011)

    ICECS presents design methodologies, techniques, and experimental results in emerging electronics, circuits, and systems topics. ICECS 2011 will cover all aspects of the fields of electronics circuits and systems, including analog and digital electronics, solid-state circuits, power, high-speed, automotive, biomedical, and signal processing.

  • 2010 17th IEEE International Conference on Electronics, Circuits and Systems - (ICECS 2010)

    ICECS is the flagship conference of the IEEE Circuits and Systems (CAS) Society in Region 8 of IEEE (Europe, Middle East, and Africa). It annually presents papers from the whole world on design methodologies, techniques, and experimental results in emerging electronics, circuits, and systems topics.

  • 2009 16th IEEE International Conference on Electronics, Circuits and Systems - (ICECS 2009)

    The IEEE International Conference on electronics, Circuits, and Systems (ICECS)is the flagship conference of the IEEE Circuits & Systems (CAS) Society in Region 8 (Europe, Middle East and Africa). It presents design methodologies, techniques and experimental results in emerging electronics, circuits and systems topics. ICECS 2009 will include tutorials, regular sessions (lecture and poster), special sessions and exhibitions.

  • 2008 15th IEEE International Conference on Electronics, Circuits and Systems - (ICECS 2008)

    ICECS is a major international forum presenting design methodologies, techniques and experimental results in emerging electronics, circuits and smart systems topics. ICECS has developed into the flagship conference of the IEEE CAS Society in Region 8, with participants from all over the world. The conference will include regular, special and poster sessions.

  • 2007 14th IEEE International Conference on Electronics, Circuits and Systems - (ICECS 2007)

    ICECS is a major international forum presenting design methodologies, techniques and experimental results in emerging electronics, circuits and systems topics. Topics include: Analog/Digital Circuits, and Signal Processing, Sensing and Sensor Networks, Telecommunications and Multimedia, RF and Wireless Circuits & Systems, Photonic and Optoelectronic Circuits, Biomedical Circuits & Systems, Test and Reliability System Architectures and Applications, Neural Network Circuits & Systems, Design Automation of Ele


2012 MIXDES - 19th International Conference "Mixed Design of Integrated Circuits & Systems"

The MIXDES Conference covers research in design, modeling, simulation, testing and manufacturing in various areas such as micro - and nanoelectronics, semiconductors, sensors, actuators and power devices.



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Circuits and Systems II: Express Briefs, IEEE Transactions on

Part I will now contain regular papers focusing on all matters related to fundamental theory, applications, analog and digital signal processing. Part II will report on the latest significant results across all of these topic areas.


Solid-State Circuits, IEEE Journal of

The IEEE Journal of Solid-State Circuits publishes papers each month in the broad area of solid-state circuits with particular emphasis on transistor-level design of integrated circuits. It also provides coverage of topics such as device modeling, technology, systems design, layout, and testing that relate directly to IC design. Integrated circuits and VLSI are of principal interest; material related to discrete ...



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Simultaneous state encoding and communication cost optimization for FSM net design

M. Koegst; W. Grass; G. Franke; K. Feske EUROMICRO 94. System Architecture and Integration. Proceedings of the 20th EUROMICRO Conference., 1994

Linear partitioning is a very attractive method for designing an FSM as a net of cooperating FSMs. For a better exploitation of its inherent potency we introduce (1) a method that reduces the communication overhead to control the cooperation between the subFSMs and (2) a new global solution for the binary encoding problem for both states and communication signals. Experimental ...


Current-mode and voltage-mode VLSI fuzzy processor architecture

J. Ramirez-Angulo; K. Treece; P. Andrews; T. Choi Circuits and Systems, 1995. ISCAS '95., 1995 IEEE International Symposium on, 1995

Architectures of VLSI fuzzy processors based on voltage-mode and novel current-mode defuzzification schemes are discussed. The processors use fully programmable circuits building blocks. The proposed schemes allow modular expansion of the fuzzy processor. SPICE simulations are shown that verify the processors


Hybrid SAW-device for a European train control system

L. Reindl; T. Ostertag; W. Ruile; C. C. W. Ruppel; A. Lauper; R. Bachtiger; H. Ernst Ultrasonics Symposium, 1994. Proceedings., 1994 IEEE, 1994

The use of surface acoustic wave devices for a European train control system (ETCS) as a stationary transponder is shown. The Surface Acoustic Wave (SAW)-device in such a system acts as a local coherent oscillator for the balise. We show the design and analysis of the dynamically programmable SAW delay line. We use one single phase unidirectional transducer (SPUDT) for ...


Hardware and software implementation for an auto-calibrated measurement system

M. Kouider; M. Nadi; D. Kourtiche; J. Prado Olivarez; A. Rouane Sensors, 2003. Proceedings of IEEE, 2003

In this paper we present the mixed hardware and software implementation of an auto-calibrated measurement system. The use of an analog programmable circuit (FPAA) as a sensor's conditioning interface, allows a full benefit of its reconfigurable aspect, to carry out self-test and self-adjustment routines, in order to calibrate the measurement chain. The proposed software calibration method permits a successive correction ...


A DLL-based programmable clock generator using threshold-trigger delay element and circular edge combiner

Hong-Yi Huang; Jian-Hong Shen Advanced System Integrated Circuits 2004. Proceedings of 2004 IEEE Asia-Pacific Conference on, 2004

In this work, a DLL-based CMOS programmable clock generator is presented. A threshold-trigger delay element obtains better duty cycle and jitter performance without dc power consumption. A programmable edge combiner using circular scheme can operate at 0.8V supply voltage. A clock generator programmed by 1, 2, 3 and 6 is design using a 0.18-um 1p6m CMOS process. The input and ...


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Simultaneous state encoding and communication cost optimization for FSM net design

M. Koegst; W. Grass; G. Franke; K. Feske EUROMICRO 94. System Architecture and Integration. Proceedings of the 20th EUROMICRO Conference., 1994

Linear partitioning is a very attractive method for designing an FSM as a net of cooperating FSMs. For a better exploitation of its inherent potency we introduce (1) a method that reduces the communication overhead to control the cooperation between the subFSMs and (2) a new global solution for the binary encoding problem for both states and communication signals. Experimental ...


Current-mode and voltage-mode VLSI fuzzy processor architecture

J. Ramirez-Angulo; K. Treece; P. Andrews; T. Choi Circuits and Systems, 1995. ISCAS '95., 1995 IEEE International Symposium on, 1995

Architectures of VLSI fuzzy processors based on voltage-mode and novel current-mode defuzzification schemes are discussed. The processors use fully programmable circuits building blocks. The proposed schemes allow modular expansion of the fuzzy processor. SPICE simulations are shown that verify the processors


Hybrid SAW-device for a European train control system

L. Reindl; T. Ostertag; W. Ruile; C. C. W. Ruppel; A. Lauper; R. Bachtiger; H. Ernst Ultrasonics Symposium, 1994. Proceedings., 1994 IEEE, 1994

The use of surface acoustic wave devices for a European train control system (ETCS) as a stationary transponder is shown. The Surface Acoustic Wave (SAW)-device in such a system acts as a local coherent oscillator for the balise. We show the design and analysis of the dynamically programmable SAW delay line. We use one single phase unidirectional transducer (SPUDT) for ...


Hardware and software implementation for an auto-calibrated measurement system

M. Kouider; M. Nadi; D. Kourtiche; J. Prado Olivarez; A. Rouane Sensors, 2003. Proceedings of IEEE, 2003

In this paper we present the mixed hardware and software implementation of an auto-calibrated measurement system. The use of an analog programmable circuit (FPAA) as a sensor's conditioning interface, allows a full benefit of its reconfigurable aspect, to carry out self-test and self-adjustment routines, in order to calibrate the measurement chain. The proposed software calibration method permits a successive correction ...


A DLL-based programmable clock generator using threshold-trigger delay element and circular edge combiner

Hong-Yi Huang; Jian-Hong Shen Advanced System Integrated Circuits 2004. Proceedings of 2004 IEEE Asia-Pacific Conference on, 2004

In this work, a DLL-based CMOS programmable clock generator is presented. A threshold-trigger delay element obtains better duty cycle and jitter performance without dc power consumption. A programmable edge combiner using circular scheme can operate at 0.8V supply voltage. A clock generator programmed by 1, 2, 3 and 6 is design using a 0.18-um 1p6m CMOS process. The input and ...


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  • Circuit Concepts and Design Techniques

    This chapter contains sections titled: The Design of High-Performance Analog Circuits on Digital CMOS Chips MOS Operational Amplifier Design - A Tutorial Overview A Programmable CMOS Dual Channel Interface Processor for Telecommunications Applications A Precision CMOS Bandgap Reference A Precision Curvature-Compensated CMOS Bandgap Reference CMOS Voltage References Using Lateral Bipolar Transistors A Low Drift Fully Integrated MOSFET Operational Amplifier Large Swing CMOS Power Amplifier A High-Performance CMOS Power Amplifier An Improved Frequency Compensation Technique for CMOS Operational Amplifiers Design Considerations for a High-Performance 3-µm CMOS Analog Standard-Cell Library A MOS Switched-Capacitor Instrumentation Amplifier A Micropower CMOS-Instrumentation Amplifier A Precision Variable-Supply CMOS Comparator A 750MS/s NMOS Latched Comparator Impact of Scaling on MOS Analog Performance Matching Properties, and Voltage and Temperature Dependence of MOS Capacitors Random Error Effects in Matched MOS Capacitors and Current Sources Characterization and Modeling of Mismatch in MOS Transistors for Precision Analog Design Measurement and Modeling of Charge Feedthrough in n-Channel MOS Analog Switches Measurement and Analysis of Charge Injection in MOS Analog Switches

  • BMP-to-RAW File Converter Tutorial

    This textbook teaches VHDL using system examples combined with programmable logic and supported by laboratory exercises. While other textbooks concentrate only on language features, Circuit Design with VHDL offers a fully integrated presentation of VHDL and design concepts by including a large number of complete design examples, illustrative circuit diagrams, a review of fundamental design concepts, fully explained solutions, and simulation results. The text presents the information concisely yet completely, discussing in detail all indispensable features of the VHDL synthesis. The book is organized in a clear progression, with the first part covering the circuit level, treating foundations of VHDL and fundamental coding, and the second part covering the system level (units that might be located in a library for code sharing, reuse, and partitioning), expanding upon the earlier chapters to discuss system coding.Part I, "Circuit Design," examines in detail the background and coding techniques of VHDL, including code structure, data types, operators and attributes, concurrent and sequential statements and code, objects (signals, variables, and constants), design of finite state machines, and examples of additional circuit designs. Part II, "System Design," builds on the material already presented, adding elements intended mainly for library allocation; it examines packages and components, functions and procedures, and additional examples of system design. Appendixes on programmable logic devices (PLDs/FPGAs) and synthesis tools follow Part II. The book's highly original approach of teaching through extensive system examples as well as its unique integration of VHDL and design make it suitable both for use by students in computer science and electrical engineering.

  • No title

    To date, the most common form of simulators of computer systems are software- based running on standard computers. One promising approach to improve simulation performance is to apply hardware, specifically reconfigurable hardware in the form of field programmable gate arrays (FPGAs). This manuscript describes various approaches of using FPGAs to accelerate software- implemented simulation of computer systems and selected simulators that incorporate those techniques. More precisely, we describe a simulation architecture taxonomy that incorporates a simulation architecture specifically designed for FPGA accelerated simulation, survey the state-of-the-art in FPGA- accelerated simulation, and describe in detail selected instances of the described techniques. Table of Contents: Preface / Acknowledgments / Introduction / Simulator Background / Accelerating Computer System Simulators with FPGAs / Simulation Virtualization / Categorizing FPGA-based Simulators / Conclusion / Bibliography / Autho s' Biographies

  • A 30128 MHz Frequency Synthesizer Standard Cell

    A frequency synthesizer standard cell, with an output frequency range of 30 - 128 MHz, has been implemented using a 1.0 µm (drawn), double level metal, double level poly, n-well CMOS process. The cell area is about 2100 mil2. The synthesizer is implemented using a programmable, third order, charge-pump phase-locked loop with a sequential logic phase/frequency detector. An on-chip loop filter is used to eliminate any required off-chip components. A jitter standard deviation of 50 pS was measured at an output frequency of 100 MHz, using an external 10 MHz reference. The supply current required by the synthesizer cell alone was 9.0 mA, with a total current of 15.0 mA when the feedback, reference, and output counters are included.

  • A 21600MHz CMOS Clock Recovery PLL with LowVdd Capability

    A general-purpose phase-locked loop (PLL) with programmable bit rates is presented demonstrating that large frequency tuning range, large power supply range, and low jitter can be achieved simultaneously. The clock recovery architecture uses phase selection for automatic initial frequency capture. The large period jitter of conventional phase selection is eliminated through feedback phase selection. Digital control sequencing of the feedback enables accurate phase interpolation without the traditional need of analog circuitry. Circuit techniques enabling low-_V dd_ operation of a PLL with differential delay stages are presented. Measurements show a PLL frequency range of 1-200 MHz at _V dd_ = 1.2 V linearly increasing to 2-1600 MHz at _V dd_ = 2.5 V, achieved in a standard process technology without low threshold voltage devices. Correct operation has been verified down to _V dd_ = 0.9 V, but the lower limit of differential operation with improved supply-noise rejection is estimated to be 1.1 V.

  • Design for Low Power

    This chapter contains sections titled: Minimizing Power Consumption in Digital CMOS Circuits Overview of Low-Power ULSI Circuit Techniques Multi-Level Pass-Transistor Logic for Low-Power ULSIs High Performance, Energy Efficient Master-Slave Flip-Flop Circuits Power Dissipation in the Clock System of highly pipelined ULSI CMOS Circuits Power-Delay Characteristics of CMOS Adders Delay Balanced Multipliers for Low Power/Low Voltage DSP Core Minimization of Power in VLSI Circuits Using Transistor Sizing, Input Ordering, and Statistical Power Estimation Low-Power Digital Design Power Analysis of a Programmable DSP for Architecture/Program Optimization A Review of Adiabatic Computing 2ND Order Adiabatic Computation with 2N-2P and 2N-2N2P Logic Circuits A Low-Power Microprocessor Based on Resonant Energy Clocked CMOS Adiabatic Logic with Integrated Single-Phase Power-Clock Supply: Experimental Results

  • Connecting Circuits

    This chapter contains sections titled: Moore's Law Story Edison's Electric Light The Vacuum Tube Diode The First Programmable Computers ENIAC The Transistor How Transistors Work Proof of Principle for the Transistor The Microprocessor How Microprocessors Work Moore's Law Patterns of Discovery Forecast for Connecting Circuits

  • Using Macrofunctions

    This textbook teaches VHDL using system examples combined with programmable logic and supported by laboratory exercises. While other textbooks concentrate only on language features, Circuit Design with VHDL offers a fully integrated presentation of VHDL and design concepts by including a large number of complete design examples, illustrative circuit diagrams, a review of fundamental design concepts, fully explained solutions, and simulation results. The text presents the information concisely yet completely, discussing in detail all indispensable features of the VHDL synthesis. The book is organized in a clear progression, with the first part covering the circuit level, treating foundations of VHDL and fundamental coding, and the second part covering the system level (units that might be located in a library for code sharing, reuse, and partitioning), expanding upon the earlier chapters to discuss system coding.Part I, "Circuit Design," examines in detail the background and coding techniques of VHDL, including code structure, data types, operators and attributes, concurrent and sequential statements and code, objects (signals, variables, and constants), design of finite state machines, and examples of additional circuit designs. Part II, "System Design," builds on the material already presented, adding elements intended mainly for library allocation; it examines packages and components, functions and procedures, and additional examples of system design. Appendixes on programmable logic devices (PLDs/FPGAs) and synthesis tools follow Part II. The book's highly original approach of teaching through extensive system examples as well as its unique integration of VHDL and design make it suitable both for use by students in computer science and electrical engineering.

  • Appendices

    This textbook teaches VHDL using system examples combined with programmable logic and supported by laboratory exercises. While other textbooks concentrate only on language features, Circuit Design with VHDL offers a fully integrated presentation of VHDL and design concepts by including a large number of complete design examples, illustrative circuit diagrams, a review of fundamental design concepts, fully explained solutions, and simulation results. The text presents the information concisely yet completely, discussing in detail all indispensable features of the VHDL synthesis. The book is organized in a clear progression, with the first part covering the circuit level, treating foundations of VHDL and fundamental coding, and the second part covering the system level (units that might be located in a library for code sharing, reuse, and partitioning), expanding upon the earlier chapters to discuss system coding.Part I, "Circuit Design," examines in detail the background and coding techniques of VHDL, including code structure, data types, operators and attributes, concurrent and sequential statements and code, objects (signals, variables, and constants), design of finite state machines, and examples of additional circuit designs. Part II, "System Design," builds on the material already presented, adding elements intended mainly for library allocation; it examines packages and components, functions and procedures, and additional examples of system design. Appendixes on programmable logic devices (PLDs/FPGAs) and synthesis tools follow Part II. The book's highly original approach of teaching through extensive system examples as well as its unique integration of VHDL and design make it suitable both for use by students in computer science and electrical engineering.

  • Ladder Logic

    Motor control circuits are often implemented using ladder logic. Two vertical rails are energized at different voltages. Horizontal rungs connect the two rails with a combination of relay coils, indicator lamps, and relay and switch contacts. Contacts can be sealed in, so current can continue to flow through the rung after the contacts open. Auxiliary contacts can be used to form interlocks, which allow a function to happen only under certain specific conditions. A reversing starter uses two sets of contactors, one which allows the motor to run in the forward direction, and another which transposes two of the three phases causing the motor to run backwards. Special control circuits can be designed to allow jogging or to prevent plugging. Ladder logic can be implemented using conventional relays and discrete components, or using the solid-state circuitry of a programmable logic controller (PLC).



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