VLSI IEEE Projects 2022-2023 in Chennai


Welcome to Realtime Project Center, the hub of innovation, where we proudly present our curated range of 2022-2023 IEEE VLSI projects. As a leading advocate of project-based learning, we extend a warm invitation to students and professionals to explore the dynamic world of Very Large Scale Integration (VLSI) design within the framework of the latest IEEE standards. Our projects offer more than theoretical knowledge – they provide a hands-on platform to delve into the intricate realm of chip design and electronic systems.

In an era where electronics are integral to our daily lives, The Realtime Project Center is dedicated to equipping individuals with the skills and expertise needed to thrive in the ever-evolving field of VLSI. Our 2022-2023 IEEE VLSI projects encompass a wide spectrum of applications, from digital circuits to analog systems, allowing participants to engage with projects that seamlessly combine theory with real-world application.

Whether you’re an aspiring VLSI engineer or a tech enthusiast keen on exploring the depths of electronic design, our projects offer a transformative learning experience. Collaborating with industry experts, Realtime Project Center ensures that participants not only gain proficiency in VLSI but also embark on a journey of creativity and innovation. Join us in shaping the future of chip design and electronic systems through our projects, and unlock your potential in the dynamic world of VLSI.


SNO Projects List
1 A Modified Partial Product Generator for Redundant Binary Multipliers
2 An Efficient Hardware Implementation of Canny Edge Detection Algorithm
3 Approximate Radix-8 Booth Multipliers for Low-Power and High-Performance Operation
4 A High-Performance FIR Filter Architecture for Fixed and Reconfigurable Applications
5 The Serial Commutator (SC) FFT
7 An Improved Signed Digit Representation Approach for Constant Vector Multiplication
8 High-Speed and Energy-Efficient Carry Skip Adder Operating Under a Wide Range of Supply Voltage Levels
9 A New XOR-Free Approach for Implementation of Convolutional Encoder
10 Energy and Area Efficient Three-Input XOR/XNORs With Systematic Cell Design Methodology
11 Approximate Radix-8 Booth Multipliers for Low-Power and High-Performance Operation
12 Implementation of a PID control PWM Module on FPGA
13 Built-in Self Testing of FPGAs
14 An FPGA-Based Cloud System for Massive ECG Data Analysis
15 Distributed Sensor Network-on-Chip for Performance Optimization of Soft-Error-Tolerant Multiprocessor System-on-Chip
16 VLSI Implementation of Fully Parallel LTE Turbo Decoders