200 mV Full Adder Based on a Reconfigurable CMOS Perceptron

@inproceedings{Aunet2004200MF,
  title={200 mV Full Adder Based on a Reconfigurable CMOS Perceptron},
  author={Snorre Aunet and Bengt Oelmann},
  year={2004}
}
This paper presents a full-adder based on identical realtime re-configurable CMOS perceptron circuits operating in subthreshold. The Perceptron is based on a configuration of output wired inverters that is configured through substrate biasing. The full-adder is demonstrated by simulations, based on schematics, for a 0.12 um CMOS process. Functionality is proven for 200-400 mV power supply voltages. Minimum power consumption is 15.5 nW and powerdelay-product 6.1 fJ, for a Vdd of 200 mV. Keywords… CONTINUE READING

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