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ISLPED
1995
ACM
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11 years 9 months ago
CMOS dynamic power estimation based on collapsible current source transistor modeling
When estimating the dynamic power dissipated by a circuit di erent methods ranging from numeric analog simulation to event-driven logic simulation have been proposed. However, as ...
Abelardo Pardo, R. Iris Bahar, Srilatha Manne, Pet...
VLSID
2007
IEEE
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12 years 5 months ago
An Efficient Technique for Leakage Current Estimation in Sub 65nm Scaled CMOS Circuits Based on Loading Effect
With scaling of CMOS technologies, sub-threshold, gate and reverse biased junction band-to-band-tunneling leakage have increased dramatically. Together they account for more than 2...
Ashesh Rastogi, Wei Chen, Alodeep Sanyal, Sandip K...
ICCAD
2003
IEEE
175views Hardware» more  ICCAD 2003»
12 years 2 months ago
Path Delay Estimation using Power Supply Transient Signals: A Comparative Study using Fourier and Wavelet Analysis
Transient Signal Analysis (TSA) is a parametric device testing technique based on the analysis of dynamic (transient) current (iDDT) drawn by the core logic from the power supply ...
Abhishek Singh, Jitin Tharian, Jim Plusquellic
ISLPED
2009
ACM
168views Hardware» more  ISLPED 2009»
11 years 12 months ago
Low power circuit design based on heterojunction tunneling transistors (HETTs)
The theoretical lower limit of subthreshold swing in MOSFETs (60 mV/decade) significantly restricts low voltage operation since it results in a low ON to OFF current ratio at low ...
Daeyeon Kim, Yoonmyung Lee, Jin Cai, Isaac Lauer, ...
ICCAD
1996
IEEE
151views Hardware» more  ICCAD 1996»
11 years 9 months ago
Expected current distributions for CMOS circuits
The analysis of CMOS VLSI circuit switching current has become an increasingly important and difficult task from both a VLSI design and simulation software perspective. This paper...
Dennis J. Ciplickas, Ronald A. Rohrer
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