What is the full form of VLSI?
The full form of VLSI is Very Large Scale Integration. By incorporating millions of transistors into a single chip, integrated circuits (ICs) are produced.
- Before the introduction of VLSI technology, most circuits restricted the range of functions they could handle.
- A ROM, CPU, RAM and other glue logic might comprise an electrical circuit.
- VLSI allows all of that to be added into one chip by IC designers.
- VLSI started when complicated semiconductor and communication techniques were developed in the 1970s.
- Memory chips and microprocessors are VLSI devices.