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Transistors: Building blocks of electronic computing Lin Zhong ELEC101, Spring 2011

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Key concepts Recap of PHY102 Ubiquity of resistance and capacitance Energy and power consumption Inverter: the simplest computing Transistor – Charge state 2

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Electrons, charge, current Electron – Subatomic particle – ~9.109x10 -28 gram Carbon atom ~2X10 -23 grams – Elementary charge e - Charge – Q – Negative vs. positive – Coulomb: 6.25x10 18 e – Coulombs law Current – Flow of charge (electrons and electron holes) – I=dQ/dt 3

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Field, potential and voltage Electric field – Force exerted on electric charge Electric potential Voltage: difference in potential – Ground (Gnd): 0 Volt – Supply voltage: 1.2-5 Volt for modern integrated circuits Current flows from high potential to low – How about electrons? 4

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Resistance and Ohms Law Opposition to the passage of a steady current – Conductor (e.g. metal) has negligible resistance – Insulator (e.g. plastic) has negligible passage – Semiconductor (silicon) Ohms Law – I=V/R or R=V/I R=ρL/A 5

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Resistance is everywhere 6

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Resistor Axial lead resistors 7

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Voltage divider 8 Vdd Gnd R2 R1 V=Vdd*R2/(R1+R2)

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Capacitor Charge holder Capacitance (capability to hold charge) – Charge per volt 9 + - V C=Q/V

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Capacitance is everywhere 10

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Energy and power consumption 11 V Gnd R P=E/T =V*I =V 2 /R E=V*Q =V*I*T=V*(V/R)*T =V 2 *T/R

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Energy and power consumption 12 V Gnd C Q=C*V + - Gnd C E=0.5*Q*V =0.5*C*V 2

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13 Are resistors and capacitors enough? R=V/I C=Q/V Computing is about state Change Communication Storage

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Think about a simple computer 14 Binary states for input and output: HIGH or LOW (1 or 0) How many different computers are there? 1)In=0 Out=0; In=1 Out=0 2)In=0 Out=1; In=1 Out=0 3)In=0 Out=0; In=1 Out=1 4)In=0 Out=1; In=1 Out=1 Can resistors and capacitors build them? How can we build 2)? In Out

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How can we build an inverter? 15 In Out

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16 Switch

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Switch-based inverter 17 In Out Vdd Gnd

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Lab: LED 18

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What can one do with breadboard? 19 Breadboard prototype of the first IBM PC motherboard (1981) http://www.yourdictionary.com/computer/breadboard

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Metal-Oxide-Semiconductor FET (MOSFET) Polysilicon Aluminum

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MOSFET state 21

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Controllable resistor 22 Gate control NMOS: resistance increases as gate voltage decreases Gate control PMOS: resistance increases as gate voltage increase Drain Source Drain

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Controllable switch Change a state Communicate a state Store a state 23 Gate NMOS:ON with HIGH gate PMOS:ON with LOW gate

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Change a state 24 Vdd Gnd Input Output Resistor LOW HIGH ?

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Change a state (Contd.) 25 Vdd Gnd Input Output LOW HIGH Vdd Gnd Input Output Resistor LOW HIGH ? Resistor

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Lab: NMOS and PMOS inverters 26

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Whats wrong? 27 Vdd Gnd Input Output LOW HIGH Vdd Gnd Input Output Resistor LOW HIGH Resistor

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Complementary MOS (CMOS) 28

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Lab: CMOS inverter 29

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Power consumption of Inverter Dynamic power – Remember capacitance is everywhere Static power 30

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Delay of Inverter Capacitance and resistance are everywhere 31

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A memory cell 32 Read/write Gnd Select

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