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Design issues for dynamic voltage scaling

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Design issues for dynamic voltage scaling
Processors in portable electronic devices generally have a computational load which has time-varying performance requirements. Dynamic Voltage Scaling is a method to vary the processor’s supply voltage so that it consumes the minimal amount of energy by operating at the minimum performance level required by the active software processes. A dynamically varying supply voltage has implications on the processor circuit design and design flow, but with some minimal constraints it is straightforward to design a processor with this capability. Keywords Energy efficient, variable voltage, processor, circuit design.
Thomas D. Burd, Robert W. Brodersen
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Type Conference
Year 2000
Where ISLPED
Authors Thomas D. Burd, Robert W. Brodersen
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