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  • We train students for interviews and Offer Placements in corporate companies.
  • Ideal for graduates with 0 – 3 years of experience & degrees in B. Tech, B.E and B.Sc. IT Or Any Computer Relevent.
  • You will not only gain knowledge of VLSI and Advance tools, but also gain exposure to Industry best practices, Aptitude & SoftSkills.
  • Experienced Trainers and Lab Facility.
  • Certified VLSI Design Engineer Certification Guidance Support with Exam Dumps.
  • For Corporate, we act as one stop recruiting partner.We provide right skilled candidates who are productive right from day one.
  • Resume & Interviews Preparation Support.
  • Concepts: volution of VLSI Systems, Digital Electronics, Combinational logic design, Flip Flops, Sequentional circuit design, Designing of Memories, Programmable Logic devices, Circuit Design with VHDL, Elements of VHDL LANGUAGES, Different types of VHDL Modeling, ifiers, Dataflow modeling, Structural Modeling, Test Bench, Design and synthesis by using Verilog HDL, Verilog HDL, Modeling Concepts, Basic Concepts, Modules, Behavioural Modeling, Structured Procedures, Intial Statement, Always Statement, Event- Base Timing Control, Conditional Statements, If Statements, Case Statements, Loop Statements, Task and Functions, Switch Level Modeling.
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About VLSI Training Course in Hyderabad

Very large-scale integration (VLSI) is the process of creating an integrated circuit (IC) by combining millions of MOS transistors onto a single chip. The microprocessor and memory chips are VLSI devices. An electronic circuit might consist of a CPU, ROM, RAM and other glue logic. VLSI lets IC designers add all of these into one chip. IN ACTE, the course is about Basic concepts of VLSI System Design. The Course will cover end-to-end description from basic Device Physics to Chip Design. ACTE provides comprehensive training on specific aspect of the VLSI Design flow.Start Learning with us ACTE VLSI Classroom and Online Training Course.

Most job Oriented VLSI Topics Covered
  • MOS Transistors

    Ideal & Non Ideal Characteristics

    DC Transfer Characteristics

  • MOS Layers, Stick Diagrams

    Design Rules and Layout

    Scaling of MOS Circuits

  • Subsystem Design

    Memory

    Registers and Aspects of system Timing

Is a VLSI career the best or not?

VLSI is one of the best options for electronics engineers who are looking for core job. VLSI offers diverse job profiles with excellent career growth and pay packages in India and abroad.

Yes. It does demand a lot of passion, effort, analytical and problem-solving skills to get into the semiconductor industry but if you start right with keeping your basics strong and learning as per Industry’s demands, You could easily make it to a successful career in this fast-growing industry.

From a job-perspective, VLSI is the most future proof career for electronics and electrical engineers. Refer to the below article to understand the huge requirement of trained resources in the industry.There are lot of VLSI startup companies which are started just 5 to 10 years back and yielding very good. And it is expected that lot more startups will come in forth coming years

We are happy and proud to say that we have strong relationship with over 700+ small, mid-sized and MNCs. Many of these companies have openings for VLSI analyst. Moreover, we have a very active placement cell that provides 100% placement assistance to our students. The cell also contributes by training students in mock interviews and discussions even after the course completion.

VLSI is a great career option if you are from Electronics background and to be a part of this Industry requires strong command on basics as well as good hands on knowledge of latest skills.If you want to master digital electronics and Verilog , The VLSI DM course is the best choice. It starts with an overview of VLSI and explains VLSI technology, SoC design, Moores law and the difference between ASIC and FPGA. With this overview, it walks you through all the steps of complete VLSI Design flow and explains every step in detail. Then it covers the complete digital design, combinational, sequential and FSM designs. And finally it trains you extensively on Verilog HDL programming and makes you a hands-on RTL designer..

  • a class on logic design, spanning combinational and sequential logic
  • a class on analog electronic circuits; transistor-level circuit design
  • a programming class, to familiarize yourself with scripting and using UNIX
  • yes, you can, just by knowing digital design doesn’t make you a RTL engineer, you need to know coding as well especially Verilog, UVM concepts and much more

    Our courseware is designed to give a hands-on approach to the students in VLSI. The course is made up of theoretical classes that teach the basics of each module followed by high-intensity practical sessions reflecting the current challenges and needs of the industry that will demand the students’ time and commitment.

    Yes it is the perfect time.

    • You must be acquainted with Analog Electronics (esp. MOSFETs, Opamps etc.) and Digital Electronics (Logic Gates, FlipFlops etc.) by now to start learning VLSI concepts.
    • After completing the course you can have a choice to choose your career path. For example, if you like the subject then you can choose to build your career related to VLSI and if not there is still one more year with you to decide your career path.
    • Given that you find it interesting, you will get your final year to study more about VLSI and do projects which will boost your resume.

    To get a basic understanding of the entire flow it might take 4–5 months with some practical experience of running blocks through the flow and learning the basic tcl and make . (Again might vary from person to person ).

    What are the reasons to consider a career in VLSI?

    VLSI is one of the best options for electronics engineers who are looking for core job. VLSI offers diverse job profiles with excellent career growth and pay packages in India and abroad.

    As this is highly specialized domain, it’s quite challenging for new college grads(especially for the ones from normal engineering colleges with no placement record in core areas). This is the reason many aspiring VLSI engineers either opt for Master’s degree in VLSI or any PG Diploma Course in VLSI so as to be VLSI industry ready.


    Why VLSI?

    A popular talk delivered by Richard Feynman to American Physical Society at California Institute of Technology in the year of 1959. This talk at that time could foresee the possibility of the revolution which has been brought by VLSI today.
    The term VLSI stands for Very Large Scale Integration. —This is the field which involves packing more and more logic devices into smaller and smaller areas. —VLSI circuits are everywhere … your computer, your car, your brand new state-of-the-art digital camera, the cell- phones…
    The history of VLSI started way before 60 years when Jack Kilby invented “Integrated Circuit” in 1958. Integrating more electronic components (mainly transistors) on a single semiconductor base is known as Integrated Circuit. The first integrated circuits contained only a few transistors. Early digital circuits containing tens of transistors provided a few logic gates. The IC era has passed through SSI, MSI, LSI and then VLSI. These different eras have been differentiated based on the number of transistors on a single IC.

    Why do we use VLSI?

    VLSI is Very Large Scale Integration. VLSI is very useful for compact design. More functionalities in smaller size. VLSI IC have small power consumption as compared to discrete components circuit. VLSI can be use for different functions in compact size.

    The Future of Very Large-Scale Integration (VLSI) Technology

    The historical growth of IC computing power has profoundly changed the way we create, process, communicate, and store information. The engine of this phenomenal growth is the ability to shrink transistor dimensions every few years. This trend, known as Moore’s law, has continued for the past 50 years. The predicted demise of Moore’s law has been repeatedly proven wrong thanks to technological breakthroughs (e.g., optical resolution enhancement techniques, high-k metal gates, multi-gate transistors, fully depleted ultra-thin body technology, and 3-D wafer stacking). However, it is projected that in one or two decades, transistor dimensions will reach a point where it will become uneconomical to shrink them any further, which will eventually result in the end of the CMOS scaling roadmap. This essay discusses the potential and limitations of several post-CMOS candidates currently being pursued by the device community.

    Steep transistors

    • The ability to scale a transistor’s supply voltage is determined by the minimum voltage required to switch the device between an on- and an off-state. The sub-threshold slope (SS) is the measure used to indicate this property. For instance, a smaller SS means the transistor can be turned on using a smaller supply voltage while meeting the same off current. For MOSFETs, the SS has to be greater than ln(10) × kT/q where k is the Boltzmann constant, T is the absolute temperature, and q is the electron charge.
    • This fundamental constraint arises from the thermionic nature of the MOSFET conduction mechanism and leads to a fundamental power/performance tradeoff, which could be overcome if SS values significantly lower than the theoretical 60-mV/decade limit could be achieved.
    • Many device types have been proposed that could produce steep SS values, including tunneling field-effect transistors (TFETs), nanoelectromechanical system (NEMS) devices, ferroelectric-gate FETs, and impact ionization MOSFETs. Several recent papers have reported experimental observation of SS values in TFETs as low as 40 mV/decade at room temperature. These so-called “steep” devices’ main limitations are their low mobility, asymmetric drive current, bias dependent SS, and larger statistical variations in comparison to traditional MOSFETs.

    Spin devices

    •  Spintronics is a technology that utilizes nano magnets’ spin direction as the state variable. Spintronics has unique properties over CMOS, including nonvolatility, lower device count, and the potential for non-Boolean computing architectures. Spintronics devices’ nonvolatility enables instant processor wake-up and power-down that could dramatically reduce the static power consumption.
    • Furthermore, it can enable novel processor-in-memory or logic-in-memory architectures that are not possible with silicon technology. Although in its infancy, research in spintronics has been gaining momentum over the past decade, as these devices could potentially overcome the power bottleneck of CMOS scaling by offering a completely new computing paradigm.
    • In recent years, progress has been made toward demonstration of various post-CMOS spintronic devices including all-spin logic, spin wave devices, domain wall magnets for logic applications, and spin transfer torque magnetoresistive RAM (STT-MRAM) and spin-Hall torque (SHT) MRAM for memory applications. However, for spintronics technology to become a viable post-CMOS device platform, researchers must find ways to eliminate the transistors required to drive the clock and power supply signals. Otherwise, the performance will always be limited by CMOS technology. Other remaining challenges for spintronics devices include their relatively high active power, short interconnect distance, and complex fabrication process.

    Flexible electronics

    • Distributed large area (cm2-to-m2) electronic systems based on flexible thin-film-transistor (TFT) technology are drawing much attention due to unique properties such as mechanical conformability, low temperature processability, large area coverage, and low fabrication costs. Various forms of flexible TFTs can either enable applications that were not achievable using traditional silicon based technology, or surpass them in terms of cost per area. Flexible electronics cannot match the performance of silicon-based ICs due to the low carrier mobility.
    • Instead, this technology is meant to complement them by enabling distributed sensor systems over a large area with moderate performance (less than 1 MHz). Development of inkjet or roll-to-roll printing techniques for flexible TFTs is underway for low-cost manufacturing, making product-level implementations feasible. Despite these encouraging new developments, the low mobility and high sensitivity to processing parameters present major fabrication challenges for realizing flexible electronic systems.
    • CMOS scaling is coming to an end, but no single technology has emerged as a clear successor to silicon.
    • The urgent need for post-CMOS alternatives will continue to drive high-risk, high-payoff research on novel device technologies. Replicating silicon’s success might sound like a pipe dream. But with the world’s best and brightest minds at work, we have reasons to be optimistic.

    Benefits of VLSI

    VLSI has many advantages:

    1. Reduces the Size of Circuits.
    2. Reduces the effective cost of the devices.
    3. Increases the Operating speed of circuits
    4. Requires less power than Discrete components.
    5. Higher Reliability
    6. Occupies a relatively smaller area.

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    Key Features

    ACTE Hyderabad offers VLSI Training in more than 27+ branches with expert trainers. Here are the key features,

    • 40 Hours Course Duration
    • 100% Job Oriented Training
    • Industry Expert Faculties
    • Free Demo Class Available
    • Completed 500+ Batches
    • Certification Guidance

    Authorized Partners

    ACTE TRAINING INSTITUTE PVT LTD is the unique Authorised Oracle Partner, Authorised Microsoft Partner, Authorised Pearson Vue Exam Center, Authorised PSI Exam Center, Authorised Partner Of AWS and National Institute of Education (nie) Singapore.

    Curriculum

    Syllabus of VLSI Course in Hyderabad
    Module 1: Introduction to VLSI
    • volution of VLSI Systems
    • Applications of VLSI Systems
    • Processor Based Systems
    • Embedded Systems
    • FPGA Based Systems
    • Digital System Design Using FPGAs
    • Spartan-3 FPGAs
    • Introduction to VHDL language
    Module 2: Digital Electronics
    • Introduction to Digital Electronics
    • Number systems
    • Code conversions
    • Arithmetic’s
    • Boolean algebra
    • Logic gates
    Module 3: Combinational logic design
    • Standard representation of logical functions
    • Karnaugh map method
    • MSI circuits
    • Multiplexers/demultiplexers
    • Adders / subtractors
    • Arithmetic Logic Unit (ALU)
    • Encoders/ Decoders
    Module 4: Flip Flops
    • Flip-flops
    • Type of Flip flops
    • Conversion of flip flops
    • Application of flip flops
    Module 5: Sequentional circuit design
    • Registers
    • Types of shift registers
    • Application of registers
    • Counters
    • Ripple or Asynchronous counters
    • Synchronous counters
    • Clocked sequential circuits
    Module 6: Designing of Memories
    • Introduction
    • Memory Organization and operation
    • Expanding memory size
    • Expanding memory capacity
    • Different types of memories
    Module 7: Programmable Logic devices
    • Introduction
    • Programmable logic array (PLAs)
    • Programmable array logic (PALs)
    • Complex programmable logic devices (CPLDs)
    • Field programmable gate array (FPGA)
    • Computer-Aided Design Tools (CAD)
    Module 8: Circuit Design with VHDL
    • Introduction to VHDL
    • Code structure
    • Library Functions
    • Entity
    • Architecture
    • Configuration Declaration
    • Package Declaration
    Module 9: Elements of VHDL LANGUAGES
    • Different Data types
    • Operators
    • Attributes
    • Generic
    • Ident
    Module 10: ifiers
    • Variables & Signals
    Module 11: Different types of VHDL Modeling
    • Behavioral modeling
    • Modeling techniques
    • If statement
    • Case statement
    • Wait statement
    • Loop statement
    • Process statement
    Module 12: Dataflow modeling
    • When statements.
    • Block statement
    • Generate statement
    Module 13: Structural Modeling
    • Component declaration
    • Component instantiation
    Module 14: Test Bench
    • Modeling a Test Bench
    • Test Bench for Combinational Circuits
    • Test Bench for Sequential Circuits
    Module 15: Design and synthesis by using Verilog HDL
    Module 16: Introduction to Verilog HDL
    • Evolution of CAD
    • Typical Design flow
    • Importance of HDL's
    • Popularity of Verilog HDL
    Module 17: Modeling Concepts
    • Design methodologies
    • Module concept
    • types of modeling
    Module 18: Basic Concepts
    • Lexical Conventions
    • Number Specifications
    • Strings
    • Data Types
    • System Task
    • Compiler Directives
    Module 19: Modules
    • Continous Assignments
    • Delays
    • Expression Operators
    • Operators Types
    Module 20: Behavioural Modeling
    Module 21: Structured Procedures
    Module 22: Intial Statement
    Module 23: Always Statement
    Module 24: Event- Base Timing Control
    Module 25: Conditional Statements
    Module 26: If Statements
    Module 27: Case Statements
    Module 28: Loop Statements
    Module 29: Task and Functions
    • Different between Task and Function
    • Function
    • Task
    Module 30: Switch Level Modeling
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    Hands-on Real Time VLSI Projects

    Project 1
    FPGA Based Robotic ARM Controller

    This Project is used to pick and place various objects in the industries from one place to another place.

    Project 2
    Multi Channel UART using FPGA

    This project presents a multi-channel UART controller based on FIFO(First In First Out) technique and FPGA.

    Our Top Hiring Partner for Placements

    ACTE Hyderabad offers placement opportunities as add-on to every student / professional who completed our classroom or online training. Some of our students are working in these companies listed below.

    • We are associated with top organizations like HCL, Wipro, Dell, Accenture, Google, CTS, TCS, IBM etc. It make us capable to place our students in top MNCs across the globe
    • We have separate student’s portals for placement, here you will get all the interview schedules and we notify you through Emails.
    • After completion of 70% VLSI training course content, we will arrange the interview calls to students & prepare them to F2F interaction
    • VLSI Trainers assist students in developing their resume matching the current industry needs
    • We have a dedicated Placement support team wing that assist students in securing placement according to their requirements
    • We will schedule Mock Exams and Mock Interviews to find out the GAP in Candidate Knowledge

    Get Certified By VLSI & Industry Recognized ACTE Certificate

    Acte Certification is Accredited by all major Global Companies around the world. We provide after completion of the theoretical and practical sessions to fresher's as well as corporate trainees.

    Our certification at Acte is accredited worldwide. It increases the value of your resume and you can attain leading job posts with the help of this certification in leading MNC's of the world. The certification is only provided after successful completion of our training and practical based projects.

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    About Experienced VLSI Trainer

    • Our VLSI Training in Hyderabad. Trainers are certified professionals with 7+ years of experience in their respective domain as well as they are currently working with Top MNCs.
    • As all Trainers are VLSI domain working professionals so they are having many live projects, trainers will use these projects during training sessions.
    • All our Trainers are working with companies such as Cognizant, Dell, Infosys, IBM, L&T InfoTech, TCS, HCL Technologies, etc.
    • Trainers are also help candidates to get placed in their respective company by Employee Referral / Internal Hiring process.
    • Our trainers are industry-experts and subject specialists who have mastered on running applications providing Best VLSI training to the students.
    • We have received various prestigious awards for VLSI Training in Hyderabad from recognized IT organizations.

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    • ACTE is the Legend in offering placement to the students. Please visit our Placed Students List on our website
    • We have strong relationship with over 700+ Top MNCs like SAP, Oracle, Amazon, HCL, Wipro, Dell, Accenture, Google, CTS, TCS, IBM etc.
    • More than 3500+ students placed in last year in India & Globally
    • ACTE conducts development sessions including mock interviews, presentation skills to prepare students to face a challenging interview situation with ease.
    • 85% percent placement record
    • Our Placement Cell support you till you get placed in better MNC
    • Please Visit Your Student Portal | Here FREE Lifetime Online Student Portal help you to access the Job Openings, Study Materials, Videos, Recorded Section & Top MNC interview Questions
      ACTE Gives Certificate For Completing A Course
    • Certification is Accredited by all major Global Companies
    • ACTE is the unique Authorized Oracle Partner, Authorized Microsoft Partner, Authorized Pearson Vue Exam Center, Authorized PSI Exam Center, Authorized Partner Of AWS and National Institute of Education (NIE) Singapore
    • The entire VLSI training has been built around Real Time Implementation
    • You Get Hands-on Experience with Industry Projects, Hackathons & lab sessions which will help you to Build your Project Portfolio
    • GitHub repository and Showcase to Recruiters in Interviews & Get Placed
    All the instructors at ACTE are practitioners from the Industry with minimum 9-12 yrs of relevant IT experience. They are subject matter experts and are trained by ACTE for providing an awesome learning experience.
    No worries. ACTE assure that no one misses single lectures topics. We will reschedule the classes as per your convenience within the stipulated course duration with all such possibilities. If required you can even attend that topic with any other batches.
    We offer this course in “Class Room, One to One Training, Fast Track, Customized Training & Online Training” mode. Through this way you won’t mess anything in your real-life schedule.

    Why Should I Learn VLSI Course At ACTE?

    • VLSI Course in ACTE is designed & conducted by VLSI experts with 10+ years of experience in the VLSI domain
    • Only institution in India with the right blend of theory & practical sessions
    • In-depth Course coverage for 60+ Hours
    • More than 50,000+ students trust ACTE
    • Affordable fees keeping students and IT working professionals in mind
    • Course timings designed to suit working professionals and students
    • Interview tips and training
    • Resume building support
    • Real-time projects and case studies
    Yes We Provide Lifetime Access for Student’s Portal Study Materials, Videos & Top MNC Interview Question.
    You will receive ACTE globally recognized course completion certification Along with National Institute of Education (NIE), Singapore.
    We have been in the training field for close to a decade now. We set up our operations in the year 2009 by a group of IT veterans to offer world class IT training & we have trained over 50,000+ aspirants to well-employed IT professionals in various IT companies.
    We at ACTE believe in giving individual attention to students so that they will be in a position to clarify all the doubts that arise in complex and difficult topics. Therefore, we restrict the size of each VLSI batch to 5 or 6 members
    Our courseware is designed to give a hands-on approach to the students in VLSI. The course is made up of theoretical classes that teach the basics of each module followed by high-intensity practical sessions reflecting the current challenges and needs of the industry that will demand the students’ time and commitment.
    You can contact our support number at +91 93800 99996 / Directly can do by ACTE.in's E-commerce payment system Login or directly walk-in to one of the ACTE branches in India
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