PHYS345 PHYS345 Class 20

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Transistors as Switches

MOSFET transistor
Moore's Law and Integrated circuits
    lithography
    size vs. yield issues
MOSFET fabrication
MOSFET switch
    n-channel inverter
    p-channel inverter
CMOS inverter
CMOS NAND gate
CMOS NAND gate
A: B: C:
(in) (in) (out)
HI LO HI
LO HI HI
LO LO HI
HI HI LO

Realization of Digital Logic via Integrated Circuits
From SCEN103, Silicon, Circuits, and the Digital Revolution
    Introduction to Atomic Physics
    Excited States and Quantum Leaps
    Introduction to Electronic Structure
    Introduction to Electronic Band Structure
    Introduction to Semiconductor Physics
    More Semiconductor Physics -- Doping
    Building a Transistor
    Introduction to MOS Transistors and MOSFET Switches
    Introduction to CMOS

Quiz 8:   Karnaugh Mapping

Relevant Online Resources
Behind Curtain in Digital Oz, the Simple Chip, from How It Works in the NYTimes (July 23, 1998)
(Suggested by Dan McDermott.)


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