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Digital Integrated Circuits: A Design Perspective
(NOTE: Each chapter begins with an Introduction and concludes with a Summary, To Probe Further, and Exercises and Design Problems.) I. THE FABRICS. 1. Introduction. A Historical Perspective. IssuesExpand
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A study of low level vibrations as a power source for wireless sensor nodes
A broad review of potential power scavenging technologies and conventional energy sources is first presented. Expand
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Energy aware routing for low energy ad hoc sensor networks
  • R. Shah, J. Rabaey
  • Computer Science
  • IEEE Wireless Communications and Networking…
  • 17 March 2002
We propose a new scheme called energy aware routing that uses sub-optimal paths occasionally to provide substantial gains in network lifetime and long-term connectivity. Expand
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Digital Integrated Circuits
Progressive in content and form, this practical book successfully bridges the gap between the circuit perspective and system perspective of digital integrated circuit design. Expand
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Robust Positioning Algorithms for Distributed Ad-Hoc Wireless Sensor Networks
A distributed algorithm for determining the positions of nodes in an ad-hoc, wireless sensor network is explained in detail. Expand
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PicoRadio Supports Ad Hoc Ultra-Low Power Wireless Networking
The authors present a configurable architecture that enables these opportunities to be efficiently realized in silicon. Expand
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Energy Scavenging for Wireless Sensor Networks: with Special Focus on Vibrations
1 Introduction.- 1. Energy Storage.- 2. Power Distribution.- 3. Power scavenging.- 4. Summary of potential power sources.- 5. Overview of Vibration-to-Electricity Conversion Research.- 2 VibrationExpand
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Low Power Design Essentials
  • J. Rabaey
  • Computer Science
  • Series on Integrated Circuits and Systems
  • 13 April 2009
Low Power Design Essentials contains all the topics of importance to the low power designer. Expand
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Architectural power analysis: The dual bit type method
This paper describes a novel strategy for generating accurate black-box models of datapath power consumption at the architecture level. The dual bit type (DBT) model accounts not only for the random activity of the least significant bits (LSB's), but also for the correlated activity of MSB's, which contain two's-complement information. Expand
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Ultralow-Power Design in Near-Threshold Region
We explore how design in the moderate inversion region helps to recover some of that lost performance, while staying quite close to the minimum-energy point. Expand
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