M Tech Electronics and Communication
Engineering (VLSI Design)

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VLSI Design with Verilog Laboratory

VLSI Design with Verilog Laboratory

VLSI technology primarily serves the design of intricate electronic components such as microprocessors and memory chips, each comprising millions of transistors. In this lab, students gain insights into Pre-Layout and Post-Layout Analysis, Synthesis, Simulation, and Layout generation processes. Utilizing advanced tools like Cadence and Synopsys, students acquire hands-on experience in handling the intricate analysis tasks integral to VLSI design, preparing them for real-world applications in the field.

VLSI Design Laboratory

A VLSI (Very Large Scale Integration) Design Laboratory is a specialized facility equipped with tools and resources for research, development, and education in the field of integrated circuit (IC) design. Students in VLSI design labs often work on design projects as part of their coursework or research. These projects may involve designing and optimizing digital or analog circuits, implementing signal processing algorithms, or developing specialized ICs for specific applications. Overall, a VLSI Design Laboratory serves as a hub for innovation and education in the field of integrated circuit design, providing students and researchers with the necessary tools and resources to design, simulate, prototype, and test complex electronic system

Design of Analog and Mixed Mode VLSI Circuits

Designing Analog and Mixed-Signal VLSI (Very Large Scale Integration) circuits involves creating complex integrated circuits that combine both analog and digital components on the same chip. Design analog circuits using techniques such as transistor sizing, biasing, current mirrors, and differential pairs to achieve desired performance metrics. Implement digital circuits using standard cell libraries or custom logic, ensuring compatibility with the analog components. This lab makes to understand analog and digital circuit design principles, as well as proficiency in using EDA (Electronic Design Automation) tools for simulation, layout, and verification. It also involves collaboration with experts in various disciplines, including semiconductor physics, device modeling, system architecture, and testing methodologies.