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Low voltage swing logic circuits for a Pentium 4 processor integer core

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Low voltage swing logic circuits for a Pentium 4 processor integer core
The Pentium® 4 processor architecture uses a 2x frequency core clock[1] to implement low latency integer ops. Low Voltage Swing logic circuits implemented in 90nm technology[2] meet the frequency demands of a third generation integer-core design. Categories and Subject Descriptors B.7.1 [Integrated Circuits]: Types and Design Styles - Advanced technologies, Microprocessors and microcomputers, VLSI (very large scale integration. General Terms Performance, Design, Verification Keywords Pentium® 4 processor, integer core, sense-amp, adder, rotator, microprocessor, Low Voltage Swing, LVS
Daniel J. Deleganes, Micah Barany, George Geannopo
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Type Conference
Year 2004
Where DAC
Authors Daniel J. Deleganes, Micah Barany, George Geannopoulos, Kurt Kreitzer, Anant P. Singh, Sapumal Wijeratne
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