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This presentation was VLSI I laboratory project, which was the most painful, yet the most satisfying, the most challenging, yet the most entertaining, the most tiresome, yet the most amusing and maybe the most memorable project of my BUET life, with the most talented mind I have ever seen, Naimul Hassan, (of course, he did almost all of the work, i just volunteered). The presentation contains only raw information about our work and the cells and schematics of Cadence, but it surely missed the enormous memories behind it -- the sleepless nights, hours and hours in front of PC, confusing simulation results, confusing errors, recursive DRC and LVS errors, and after the completion, me and Naim, hugging each other and crying with happiness. Surely this was the most memorable project of my life till now (and if I don't get VLSI II, this would be the most memorable project of my entire life). A really special thanks to Dr. A. B. M. Harun-Ur-Rashid Sir, Professor, Department of Electrical and Electronic Engineering, BUET and Kanak Datta Sir, Lecturer, Department of Electrical and Electronic Engineering, BUET, for assigning us the project in order to get a good practice of the most valuable software in the world Cadence.