Current-Sensing for Global Interconnects , Secondary Design

@inproceedings{Given2001CurrentSensingFG,
  title={Current-Sensing for Global Interconnects , Secondary Design},
  author={No Author Given},
  year={2001}
}
  • No Author Given
  • Published 2001
Sensing current instead of voltage provides an alternative to signaling on the long wires that are increasingly limiting the performance of CMOS as it scales into VDSM regime (< 0.25μ). In this paper secondary design issues concerning current-sensing like static power dissipation, effect of full-swing aggressors, orthogonal coupling, application to multi-drop interconnect, process variation etc. are analyzed and simulated in 0.18μ technology . Some of the issues slow down current-sensing but… CONTINUE READING

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