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A comparison of via-programmable gate array logic cell circuits

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A comparison of via-programmable gate array logic cell circuits
Via-programmable gate arrays (VPGAs) offer a middle ground between application specific integrated circuits and field programmable gate arrays in terms of flexibility, manufactuing cost, speed, power and area. In this paper, we present a novel VPGA logic cell, the complementary universal logic gate (CULG) which can be used to implement both sequential and combinatorial elements. Its performance is compared with a number of other designs including transmission gate, differential cascode voltage switch with pass gate, and standard cell. The CULG is found to have comparable power-delay product and process variation sensitivity to the other designs while offering the lowest power consumption.
Thomas C. P. Chau, Philip Heng Wai Leong, Sam M. H
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Type Conference
Year 2009
Where FPGA
Authors Thomas C. P. Chau, Philip Heng Wai Leong, Sam M. H. Ho, Brian P. W. Chan, Steve C. L. Yuen, Kong-Pang Pun, Oliver C. S. Choy, Xinan Wang
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