Attic Adventures and Digital Design

March 2008
Portable Design;Mar2008, Vol. 14 Issue 3, p6
The article provides information about digital designs in plumbing. The author stated that both active and static losses must be reduced to extend run-time in the deep submicron digital circuit. He added that the adaptive voltage scaling (AVS) is a common technique in digital circuits, wherein it finds the minimum voltage required to support the needed propagation delay. Moreover, other methods such as forward body bias (FBB) can improve performance by 15% while, reverse body bias (RBB) can reduce leakage current.


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