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By Krzysztof Iniewski

ISBN-10: 0470900059

ISBN-13: 9780470900055

ISBN-10: 1118181506

ISBN-13: 9781118181508

The booklet will handle the-state-of-the-art in built-in circuit layout within the context of rising structures. New interesting possibilities in physique sector networks, instant communications, information networking, and optical imaging are mentioned. rising fabrics which could take approach functionality past common CMOS, like Silicon on Insulator (SOI), Silicon Germanium (SiGe), and Indium Phosphide (InP) are explored. 3-dimensional (3-D) CMOS integration and co-integration with sensor expertise are defined besides. The booklet is a needs to for a person desirous about circuit layout for destiny applied sciences.

The ebook is written by way of top quality foreign specialists in and academia. The meant viewers is practising engineers with built-in circuit heritage. The e-book could be extensively utilized as a suggested studying and supplementary fabric in graduate direction curriculum. meant viewers is pros operating within the built-in circuit layout box. Their activity titles will be : layout engineer, product supervisor, advertising and marketing supervisor, layout staff chief, and so on. The booklet may be extensively utilized by way of graduate scholars. a few of the bankruptcy authors are collage Professors.Content:
Chapter 1 layout within the Energy–Delay house (pages 1–39): Massimo Alioto, Elio Consoli and Gaetano Palumbo
Chapter 2 Subthreshold Source?Coupled common sense (pages 41–56): Armin Tajalli and Yusuf Leblebici
Chapter three Ultralow?Voltage layout of Nanometer CMOS Circuits for clever Energy?Autonomous structures (pages 57–83): David Bol
Chapter four Impairment?Aware Analog Circuit layout via Reconfiguring suggestions platforms (pages 85–101): Ping?Ying Wang
Chapter five Rom?Based good judgment layout: A Low?Power layout standpoint (pages 103–118): Bipul C. Paul
Chapter 6 strength administration: allowing know-how (pages 119–145): Lou Hutter and Felicia James
Chapter 7 Ultralow strength administration Circuit for optimum power Harvesting in instant physique quarter community (pages 147–173): Yen Kheng Tan, Yuanjin Zheng and Huey Chian Foong
Chapter eight Analog Circuit layout for SOI (pages 175–205): Andrew Marshall
Chapter nine Frequency new release and keep watch over with Self?Referenced CMOS Oscillators (pages 207–238): Michael S. McCorquodale, Nathaniel Gaskin and Vidyabhusan Gupta
Chapter 10 Synthesis of Static and Dynamic Translinear Circuits (pages 239–276): Bradley A. Minch
Chapter eleven Microwatt strength CMOS Analog Circuit Designs: Ultralow energy LSIS for Power?Aware purposes (pages 277–312): Ken Ueno and Tetsuya Hirose
Chapter 12 High?Speed Current?Mode information Drivers for Amoled monitors (pages 313–334): Yong?Joon Jeon and Gyu?Hyeong Cho
Chapter thirteen RF Transceivers for instant functions (pages 335–351): Alireza Zolfaghari, Hooman Darabi and Henrik Jensen
Chapter 14 Technology?Aware conversation structure layout for Parallel systems (pages 353–392): Davide Bertozzi, Alessandro Strano, Daniele Ludovici and Francisco Gilabert
Chapter 15 layout and Optimization of built-in Transmission strains on Scaled CMOS applied sciences (pages 393–414): Federico Vecchi, Matteo Repossi, Wissam Eyssa, Paolo Arcioni and Francesco Svelto
Chapter sixteen On?Chip browsing Interconnect (pages 415–437): Suwen Yang and Mark Greenstreet
Chapter 17 On?Chip Spiral Inductors with built-in Magnetic fabrics (pages 439–462): Wei Xu, Saurabh Sinha, Hao Wu, Tawab Dastagir, Yu Cao and Hongbin Yu
Chapter 18 Reliability of Nanoelectronic VLSI (pages 463–481): Milos Stanisavljevic, Alexandre Schmid and Yusuf Leblebici
Chapter 19 Temperature tracking matters in Nanometer CMOS built-in Circuits (pages 483–507): Pablo Ituero and Marisa Lopez?Vallejo
Chapter 20 Low?Power trying out for Low?Power LSI Circuits (pages 509–528): Xiaoqing Wen and Yervant Zorian
Chapter 21 Checkers for on-line Self?Testing of Analog Circuits (pages 529–555): Haralampos?G. Stratigopoulos and Yiorgos Makris
Chapter 22 layout and attempt of sturdy CMOS RF and MM?Wave Radios (pages 557–580): Sleiman Bou?Sleiman and Mohammed Ismail
Chapter 23 Contactless checking out and analysis innovations (pages 581–597): Selahattin Sayil

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4. Y. Taur, “CMOS design near the limit of scaling,” IBM Journal of Research and Development, Vol. 46, No. 2–3, pp. 213–222, 2002. 5. B. Nikolic, “Design in the power-limited scaling regime,” EEE Transactions on Electron Devices, Vol. 55, No. 1, pp. 71–83, 2008. 6. A. Chandrakasan, S. Sheng, and R. Brodersen, “Low-power CMOS digital design,” IEEE Journal of Solid-State Circuits, Vol. 27, No. 4, pp. 473–484, 1992. 7. V. Oklobdzija and R. Krishnamurthy, “High-Performance Energy-Efficient Microprocessor Design,” Springer, Berlin, 2006.

6 [21,24]. The solid line plots a typical EEC for a generic circuit. Dotted curves show several contours of the cost function Ei Dj for three values of the hardware intensity. The point in the E–D space at which the EEC tangents the lowest of the contours corresponds to the energy-efficient implementation of the circuit for that specific hardware intensity value [20,21]. Accordingly, the analytical interpretation of hardware intensity is related to the energy-to-delay sensitivity evaluated in correspondence of the design points optimizing the Ei Dj (EDη ) metrics [16,20,21].

Alioto and G. Palumbo, “Impact of supply voltage variations on full adder delay: analysis and comparison,” IEEE Transactions on Very Large Scale Integration (VLSI) Systems, Vol. 14, No. 12, pp. 1322–1335, 2006. 26. H. Dao, B. Zeydel, and V. Oklobdzija, “Energy optimization of pipelined digital systems using circuit sizing and supply scaling,” IEEE Transactions on Very Large Scale Integration (VLSI) Systems, Vol. 14, No. 2, pp. 122–134, 2006. 27. D. Liu and C. Svensson, “Trading speed for low power by choice of supply and threshold voltage,” IEEE Journal of Solid-State Circuits, Vol.

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