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Solutions Manual - Microelectronic Circuit Design - 4th Ed

Solutions Manual - Microelectronic Circuit Design - 4th Ed

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Solutions Manual - Microelectronic Circuit Design - 4th Ed
By Richard C. Jaeger, Travis N. Blalock - McGraw-Hill (2010)
NOTE: these answers are for the International Edition (?)
But they’re still very similar to the original (sometimes a, b, c, d
answers will be switched around, andsome numbers may be a little off. As a general rule, subtract 3 from the answer you are looking for and that should be the real one)Special thanks to Moser from NIU for the main filesFebruary 1, 2012Go to this website for book updates / corrections by the publisher:http://www.jaegerblalock.com/
 
 
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1.1
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1.2
 B
=
19.97
 x
10
0.19972020
1960
( )
=
14.5
 x
10
12
=
14.5 Tb/chip
1.3
(a)
 B
2
 B
1
=
19.97
 x
10
0.1977
2
1960
( )
19.97
 x
10
0.1977
1
1960
( )
=
10
0.1977
2
1
( )
 
so
2
=
10
0.1977
2
1
( )
2
1
=
log20.1977
=
1.52
 years
 (b)
2
1
=
log100.1977
=
5.06
 years
 
1.4
 
 N 
=
1610
 x
10
0.15482020
1970
( )
=
8.85
 x
10
10
transistors/
μ 
P
1.5
 
 N 
2
 N 
1
=
1610
 x
10
0.1548
2
1970
( )
1610
 x
10
0.1548
1
1970
( )
=
10
0.1548
2
1
( )
(
a
)
2
1
=
log20.1548
=
1.95
 years
(
b
)
2
1
=
log100.1548
=
6.46
 years
 
1.6
.
=
8.00
 x
10
0.058062020
1970
( )
μ 
m
=
10
nm
 No, this distance corresponds to the diameter of only a few atoms. Also, the wavelength of theradiation needed to expose such patterns during fabrication is represents a serious problem.
1.7
 From Fig. 1.4, there are approximately 600 million transistors on a complex Pentium IVmicroprocessor in 2004. From Prob. 1.4, the number of transistors/
μ
P will be 8.85 x 10
10
. in2020. Thus there will be the equivalent of 8.85x10
10
/6x10
8
= 148 Pentium IV processors.1-2 ©R. C. Jaeger & T. N. Blalock 6/9/06