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TECHNOLOGICAL INSTITUTE OF THE PHILIPPINES

Manila

Major (Capstone) Design Experience Information
ECP 500P1 Thesis
2
nd
Semester, SY 2013-2014

Student/Team
Oro, Harvey D.
Pearedonda, Limuel R.
Ricohermoso, Aldrich P.
Suarez, Arwenjay S.
Project Title Koggestone Adder Using Optimized Polymorphic Gates
Program Concentration Area CMOS Circuit Design, Layout and Simulation (Microelectronics)
Constraints
Economic
The economic constraints mandate a low-cost for the materials to be used in
fabrication of the integrated chip design. This design will utilize the standard
materials for integrated chip fabrication and will minimized the chip count
(transistors), lesser than the implemented design of the related research of Vdd
controlled Polymorphic Gates. Through minimizing the chip area and optimizing its
functionality better IC technology is then achieved.
Manufacturability
The layout and simulation of the design uses LASI 7 and Electric. These softwares
are both general purpose layout and design system originally intended for
integrated circuits. The used of the said software guaranteed the manufacturability
of the materials to be used in fabrication.
Functionality
The design for these polymorphic gates implements an operation of an integrated
chip that operates a shift in functionality in response to a power supply variation.
The optimized design will be implemented by making a polymorphic circuit.
Time Constraints
The project design is expected to be accomplished for the duration of three months
including all the polymorphic gates layouts, simulation and circuit application.
Standards
1. Metal Oxide
Semiconductor
Implementation Service
(MOSIS) Design Rules
SCMOS Technology Options
MOSIS SCMOS-Compatible Mappings
MOSIS SCMOS DEEP-Compatible Mappings
SCMOS and SCMOS Sub-micron Differences
SCMOS Sub-micron and SCMOS Deep Differences
SCMOS Layer Map
Technology-code Map
Applicability of Rules 8.4 and 8.5
2. HPs CMOS14TB CMOS14TB Triple-metal Process
3. Orbit's CN20 Process Process Specifications
Hand Calculations
Design Rules




TECHNOLOGICAL INSTITUTE OF THE PHILIPPINES
Manila

Major (Capstone) Design Experience Information
ECP 500P1 Thesis
2
nd
Semester, SY 2013-2014

Student/Team
Group

Fernandez, Kevin H.
Mendoza, Clarisa C.
Nolledo, Brainard R.
Project Title
Designing of Multiple Communication System for Tanauan, Leyte
Program Concentration Area
Communications
Constraints

Economic
The cost of communication devices and facilities: (1) the type and the length of the
cables with respect to the number of households existing on the chosen area, (2)
the Outside Plant Access Cabinets, transceivers, and wireless devices to be used
on each network design and (3) the maintenance of each facilities were compared
and computed to know which design will bear the best data transmission rate with
less interference but is cost effective and will meet the budget of the clients.
Quality
Each communications system is designed in accordance to standards approved by
different telecommunication organizations: TIA, IEEE, BICSI, ITU-T, and North
American and European Standards.
Functional
The characteristics of materials used in each network design were compared to
determine the best design which will yield the fastest data transmission rate with
less communication interference.
Sustainability
The characteristic of cable wires, poles and towers were considered in terms of
efficiency and reliability for the benefit of the future generation in the chosen area.
Timing

The details in designing communication systems; Subscriber Loop Design using
Copper, Fiber Optics, Microwave and GSM Design and High Altitude Platform
were determined scheduled to have an assurance that this design project is
feasible and can be done within one semester specifically three months.
Project planning was also considered to have sequential improvement in the entire
design project.
Standards

4. Telecommunication Industry
Association (TIA)
Generic cabling: TIA 568-C.0
Commercial Building cabling: TIA 568-C.1
Balanced Twisted Pair cabling and components: TIA 568-C.2
Optical fiber cabling components: TIA 568-C.3
5. Building Industry Consulting
Service International (BICSI)
Standard for Installing Commercial Building Telecommunications Cabling: BICSI-
568-2006
Telecommunications Bonding and Grounding Planning and Installation Methods
for Commercial Building: BICSI-607

6. Institute of Electrical and
Electronics Engineers (IEEE)
Local Area Network/ Metropolitan Area Network: IEEE 802
7. International
Telecommunications Union
Multimode fiber standard: ITU-T G.651
Standard Single-mode fiber: ITU T G 652 4




































TECHNOLOGICAL INSTITUTE OF THE PHILIPPINES
Manila

Major (Capstone) Design Experience Information
ECP 500P1 Thesis
2
nd
Semester, SY 2013-2014

Student/Team
Group

Abaya, Maria Permina N.
Cullados, Jenelle R.
Macababbad, Mark D.
Project Title
Constructing a Suitable Communications System Design for Julita, Leyte
Program Concentration Area
Communications
Constraints

Economic
The cost of communication devices and facilities: (1) the type and the length of the
cables in reference to the number of households residing on the area selected, (2)
the Outside Plant Access Cabinets (OPAC), transceivers, and wireless devices to
be utilized on each network design and (3) the maintenance of each facilities were
compared and computed to know which design will produce the best data
transmission rate with less interference and cost efficient to meet the budget of
clients.
Quality
All the communications system design follows the standards approved by different
telecommunication organizations: TIA, IEEE, BICSI, ITU-T, and North American
and European Standards.
Functional
The characteristics of materials utilized in each network design were compared to
determine the best design which will yield the fastest data transmission rate with
the least communication interference.
Sustainability
The characteristic of cable wires, poles and towers were selected in consideration
of efficiency and reliability for the benefit of the future generation in the selected
area.
Timing

The details in designing communication systems; Subscriber Loop Design utilizing
Copper, Fiber Optics, Microwave and GSM Design and High Altitude Platform
were persistently scheduled to have an assurance that the design project is
feasible and can be done within one semester concretely three months.
The project preparation was additionally considered to have sequential progress in
the entire design project.
Standards

8. Telecommunication Industry
Association (TIA)
Generic cabling: TIA 568-C.0
Commercial Building cabling: TIA 568-C.1
Balanced Twisted Pair cabling and components: TIA 568-C.2
Optical fiber cabling components: TIA 568-C.3
9. Building Industry Consulting
Service International (BICSI)
Standard for Installing Commercial Building Telecommunications Cabling: BICSI-
568-2006
Telecommunications Bonding and Grounding Planning and Installation Methods
for Commercial Building: BICSI-607

10. Institute of Electrical and
Electronics Engineers (IEEE)
Local Area Network/ Metropolitan Area Network: IEEE 802
11. International
Telecommunications Union
Multimode fiber standard: ITU-T G.651
Standard Single-mode fiber: ITU T G 652 4




































TECHNOLOGICAL INSTITUTE OF THE PHILIPPINES
Manila

Major (Capstone) Design Experience Information
ECP 500P1 Thesis
2
nd
Semester, SY 2013-2014

Student/Team
Group

Castillo, Mark Ranier N.
Obejas, Leonell Rose S.
Sayo, Justine Karl R.
Project Title
Establishing Multiple Communication Design System at Sta. Fe, Leyte
Program Concentration Area
Communications
Constraints

Economic
The rate of communication devices and facilities: (1) the cables length and type
should be specified in terms of the number of establishments within the preferred
area, (2) the network design must be used in the Outside Plant Access Cabinets,
transceivers, and wireless devices (3) the maintenance of each facilities were
compared and computed to know which design will bear the best data
transmission rate with less interference but is cost effective and will meet the
budget of the clients.
Quality
Each communications system is designed in accordance to standards approved by
different telecommunication organizations: TIA, IEEE, BICSI, ITU-T, and North
American and European Standards.
Functional
All communication designs will be compare to each other to know which design will
best fit to the location and establish a communication with less interference and
rapid transmission.
Sustainability
Materials of the design were chosen in consideration of efficiency and reliability of
the devices and facilities for the benefit of future usage.
Timing

The information of the designs; Subscriber Loop Design using Copper, Fiber
Optics, Microwave and GSM Design and High Altitude Platform were planned to
determine that the design is feasible and can be accomplished before the
semester ends.
Standards

12. Telecommunication Industry
Association (TIA)
Generic cabling: TIA 568-C.0
Commercial Building cabling: TIA 568-C.1
Balanced Twisted Pair cabling and components: TIA 568-C.2
Optical fiber cabling components: TIA 568-C.3
13. Building Industry
Consulting Service
International (BICSI)
Standard for Installing Commercial Building Telecommunications Cabling: BICSI-
568-2006
Telecommunications Bonding and Grounding Planning and Installation Methods
for Commercial Building: BICSI-607

14. Institute of Electrical and
Electronics Engineers (IEEE)
Local Area Network/ Metropolitan Area Network: IEEE 802
15. International
Telecommunications Union
Multimode fiber standard: ITU-T G.651
Standard Single-mode fiber: ITU T G 652 4