Tuesday, July 8, 2014

Need for IEEE VLSI Projects

IEEE (Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers) is an advanced innovation and technical group of engineers, scientists, developers, physicists, medical doctors and researchers around the world. It has established on 1st  January, 1963 with the merging of societies AIEE (American Institute of Electrical Engineers) and IRE (Institute of Radio Engineers). IEEE is the world’s largest technical professional association which has now many fields such as electronic, electrical, communication, computing, nanotechnology, bioengineering and robotics. Now IEEE serves 38 societies, transactions, 130 journals and 300 conferences anually. IEEE prefers exact experimental research in specific areas. Research is most important for the student, researcher, professor and engineer. Without research, all those has nothing new to deliver to the world. Studies after the graduation means research. 21st centuries research is mainly focused on electronics because modern technological world,involves electronics to make things smart and fast. VLSI (Very Large Scale Integration) is the core domain of electronic semiconductor circuits. IEEE research in VLSI is the need of electronic world. Electronics can not move further without a research in VLSI.So IEEE VLSI projects and research papers are needed for the M.Tech and Ph.D students. VLSI is most innovative and interesting field in electronics. VLSI has mainly two types of design steps: Frontend and Backend. In frontend, we design the system and RTL level using HDLs according to the specification of projects or IC and in backend, we design logic, circuit and layout level of the projects. M.Tech, Ph.D and industrial VLSI projects should be new technological oriented to create new electronics world for the upcoming generation.

           Author - Deepak Berwal
           (Research associate at Silicon Mentor)

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VLSI projects       Antenna Projects             MATLAB Projects

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