Design-Time Optimization of Post-Silicon Tuned Circuits Using Adaptive Body Bias


Adaptive body biasing is a powerful technique that allows post-silicon tuning of individual manufactured dies such that each die optimally meets the delay and power constraints. Assigning individual bias control to each gate leads to severe overhead, rendering the method impractical. However, assigning a single bias control to all gates in the circuit… (More)
DOI: 10.1109/TCAD.2008.915529


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