Subthreshold leakage control techniques for low power digital circuits

@inproceedings{Kao2001SubthresholdLC,
  title={Subthreshold leakage control techniques for low power digital circuits},
  author={James T. Kao},
  year={2001}
}
Scaling and power reduction trends in future technologies will cause subthreshold leakage currents to become an increasingly large component of total power dissipation. As a result, new techniques are needed in order to provide high performance and low power circuit operation. This dissertation develops new circuit techniques that exploit dual threshold voltages and body biasing in order to reduce subthreshold leakage currents in both standby and active modes. To address standby leakage… CONTINUE READING
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