Layout Techniques Supporting the Use of Dual Supply Voltages for Cell-based Designs

@inproceedings{Yeh1999LayoutTS,
  title={Layout Techniques Supporting the Use of Dual Supply Voltages for Cell-based Designs},
  author={Chingwei Yeh and Yin-Shuin Kang and Shan-Jih Shieh and Jinn-Shyan Wang},
  booktitle={DAC},
  year={1999}
}
Gate-level voltage scaling is an approach that allows different supply voltages for different gates in order to achieve power reduction. Previous researches focused on determining the voltage level for each gate and ascertaining the power saving capability of the approach via logic-level power estimation. In this paper, we present the layout techniques that feasiblize the approach in cell-based design environment. A new block layout style is proposed to support the voltage scaling with… CONTINUE READING
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