By Neil H. E. Weste, David Money Harris
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Two ways to add dopants are diffusion and ion implantation. In the diffusion process, the wafer is placed in a furnace with a gas containing the dopants. When heated, dopant atoms diffuse into the substrate. 36(g)). With ion implantation, dopant ions are accelerated through an electric ﬁeld and blasted into the substrate. In either method, the oxide layer prevents dopant atoms from entering the substrate where no well is intended. Finally, the remaining oxide is stripped with HF to leave the bare wafer with wells in the appropriate places.
By inverting the control connections to the multiplexer, the latch becomes negative-level-sensitive. 32(a– b). The ﬁrst latch stage is called the master and the second is called the slave. 32(c)). When the clock transitions from 0 to 1, the master latch becomes opaque and holds the D value at the time of the clock transition. The slave latch becomes transparent, passing the stored master value (QM) to the output of the slave latch (Q). 32(d)). When the clock transitions from 1 to 0, the slave latch holds its value and the master starts sampling the input again.
Conversely, if every task is interdependent with every other task, design will progress too slowly. Design managers face the challenge of choosing a suitable trade-off between these extremes. There is no substitute for practical experience in making these choices, and talented engineers who have experience with multiple designs are very important to the success of a large project. Design proceeds through multiple levels of abstraction, hiding details until they become necessary. The practice of structured design, which is also used in large software projects, uses the principles of hierarchy, regularity, modularity, and locality to manage the complexity.