Digital Integrated Circuits

Course Description

In this course, Dr. Amitava Dasgupta, Department of Electrical Engineering, IIT, Madras (NPTEL), gives 40 video lectures on the basic concepts of Digital Integrated Circuits. Some of the topics covered include: Semiconductors, Modelling of PN Junction Diodes, Modelling of BJTs, Schottky Transistors, Specifications of Logic Circuits, ECL Basic Operation, Transmission Line Effects and many more.

The original name for this course is: Electrical - Digital Integrated Circuits.

Digital Integrated Circuits
Dr. Amitava Dasgupta in Lecture 19: Quantitative Analysis of ECL 10k Series Gates.
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Video Lectures & Study Materials

# Lecture Play Lecture
1 Semiconductors (44:53) Play Video
2 Modelling of PN Junction Diodes (49:24) Play Video
3 Modelling of BJTs (50:30) Play Video
4 Diode and BJT Model Parameter Extraction (50:47) Play Video
5 BJT Inverters DC and Switching Characteristics (50:58) Play Video
6 Schottky Transistor (48:48) Play Video
7 Specifications of Logic Circuits (50:42) Play Video
8 Qualitative discussion on TTL Circuits (47:25) Play Video
9 Standard TTL Circuits (49:52) Play Video
10 Schottky (74s..) and Low Power Schottky (74ls) TTL Circuits (50:33) Play Video
11 Advanced TTL Circuits (50:36) Play Video
12 1-square-L Technology (50:27) Play Video
13 Edge triggered D-F/F (49:47) Play Video
14 I-square-L: Condition for Proper Operation & Noise Margin (50:39) Play Video
15 I-square-L: Propagation delay Self aligned (49:52) Play Video
16 Schottky Transistor Logic (50:31) Play Video
17 Stacked I-square-L (50:38) Play Video
18 ECL Basic Operation (51:04) Play Video
19 Quantitative Analysis of ECL 10k Series Gates (50:36) Play Video
20 ECL 100k Series, Stacked ECL Gates and D-F/F (50:50) Play Video
21 Emitter Function Logic & Low Power ECL (53:15) Play Video
22 Polyemitter Bipolar Transistor In ECL & Propagation (52:23) Play Video
23 Heterojunction Bipolar Transistor Based ECL (50:34) Play Video
24 nMOS Logic Circuits (50:37) Play Video
25 nMOS Logic Circuits (cont.) & Introduction to CMOS (51:11) Play Video
26 CMOS Inverter (50:36) Play Video
27 CMOS NAND,NOR and Other Gates: Clocked CMOS (51:45) Play Video
28 Dynamic CMOS, Transmission Gates and Realization Of MUX (50:51) Play Video
29 BiCMOS Gates (48:28) Play Video
30 BiCMOS Driver and BiCMOS 32-bit Adder (52:48) Play Video
31 Digital Integrated Circuits (52:32) Play Video
32 Digital Integrated Circuits (cont.) (51:19) Play Video
33 CMOS SRAM (51:00) Play Video
34 BiCMOS SRAM (50:58) Play Video
35 DRAM-CMOS and BiCMOS (50:37) Play Video
36 ROM-EPROM, EEPRO M & Flash EPROM (40:00) Play Video
37 GaAs MESFET Characteristics and Equivalent Circuit (49:20) Play Video
38 Direct Coupled FET Logic & Superbuffer FET Logic (51:09) Play Video
39 Buffered FET Logic & Schottky Diode FET Logic (49:03) Play Video
40 Transmission Line Effects (1:06:35) Play Video


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Ramachandra wrote 11 years ago.
An excellent introduction. This has clarified many doubts on
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At the point of pinch off, area A = 0. Therefore there
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drain current even after pinch off voltage.

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