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—Hot-electron injection is widely used for accurate programming of on-chip floating-gate voltage and current references. The conventional programming approach involves adapting the duration and magnitude of the injection pulses based on a predic-tive model which is estimated by using measured data. However, varying the pulse-widths or amplitudes introduces(More)
In this paper we describe a self-powered sensor that can be used for in-vivo measurement of the quasi-static-strain and also for in-vivo measurement of the L1 norm of the strain signal. At the core of the proposed design is a linear floating-gate injector that can achieve more than 13 bits of precision in sensing, signal integration and non-volatile(More)
High speed and low power multiplier circuits are highly demanded in VLSI design. In this paper, a new approach for high speed and low power multiplier design with less number of gate counts is proposed. In the Ripple Counter–based multiplier design, the number of computational clock cycles is reduced to n for n * n multiplication where n is the word length(More)
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