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Skewed CMOS: Noise-Immune High-Performance Low-Power Static Circuit Family

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Skewed CMOS: Noise-Immune High-Performance Low-Power Static Circuit Family
In this paper; we present a noise-immune highperformance static circuit family suitable for low-voltage operation called skewed logic. Skewed logic circuits, in comparison with Domino logic, have better scalability, and they are more suitable for low voltage applications because of better noise margin. Skewed logic has been compared with Domino logic in terms of delay, power; and dynamic noise immunity. A design methodologyfor skewed CMOS pipelined circuits has been developed. Comparisons between skewed and Domino circuits on a 0.25 pm 700 MHz 16 x 16 bits pipelined multiplier show superior properties of skewed circuits over Domino in terms of clock power dissipation arid peak current consumption.
Alexandre Solomatnikov, Kaushik Roy, Cheng-Kok Koh
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Type Conference
Year 2000
Where ICCD
Authors Alexandre Solomatnikov, Kaushik Roy, Cheng-Kok Koh, Dinesh Somasekhar
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