By T. E. Price
Presents an creation to the expertise of producing and designing VLSI circuits. The emphasis is extra at the know-how than layout and the booklet covers the physics of the units used - bipolar and MOS circuits, layout conception of easy bipolar and electronic circuits, and failure mechanisms.
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