Adnan Kabbani

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In this paper, modified logical effort (MLE) technique is proposed to provide delay estimation for CMOS gates. The model accounts for the behavior of series-connected MOSFET structure (SCMS), the input transition time, and internodal charges. Also, the model takes into account deep submicron effects, such as mobility degradation and velocity saturation.(More)
  • Adnan Kabbani
  • 2008 IEEE Computer Society Annual Symposium on…
  • 2008
This paper introduces a simple and yet accurate closed-form expression to estimate the switching power dissipation of static CMOS gates. The developed model depends on normalizing a gate- switching power to that of the unit standard inverter and it accounts for the effect of internodal capacitances. For different loads, gates and sizes, the developed model(More)
In this paper we present a technique to collapse a CMOS gate into an equivalent inverter. This technique considers deep submicron e®ects such as mobility degradation and velocity saturation as well as operation regions of both the NMOS and PMOS networks of the considered CMOS gate. In addition, the model accounts for the e®ect of the gate's internodal(More)
Noise may limit system performance, or it may push the system to malfunction. So, a good system design has to take care of the noise problem. This paper addresses this issue and presents models to compute the noise immunity of dynamic CMOS circuits in submicron regime. Our models compute the maximum safe amplitude of a noise pulse in terms of the pulse(More)
GAM, TPN and AWE methods have been accepted by many researchers as methods of modeling on-chip interconnects as RC, and RLC circuits. In this paper a platform to generate the T and Π configurations for RC, RLC and RLCG models based on GAM, TPN and AWE methods is proposed. With the Π configuration of AWE-based RLC model provides the best(More)
One of the most widely used nanoparticles for water purification is activated carbon due to its large surface area and high adsorption capacity (Ortiz-Ibarra, et al., 2007). Activated carbon has proven to remove bacteria like Pseudomonas aeruginosa and Escherichia coli from fresh and potable water systems (Percival and Walker, 1999; Quinlivan, et al.,(More)
A novel field programmable gate array (FPGA) implementation of adaptive segmentation for nonstationary biomedical signals is presented. The design uses Simulink-to-FPGA methodology and has been successfully implemented onto Xilinx Virtex II Pro device. The implementation is based on the recursive leastsquares lattice (RLSL) algorithm using double-precision(More)
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