154 pages | 80 B/W Illus.
The book addresses the need to investigate new approaches to lower energy requirement in multiple application areas and serves as a guide into emerging circuit technologies. It explores revolutionary device concepts, sensors, and associated circuits and architectures that will greatly extend the practical engineering limits of energy-efficient computation. The book responds to the need to develop disruptive new system architecutres, circuit microarchitectures, and attendant device and interconnect technology aimed at achieving the highest level of computational energy efficiency for general purpose computing systems.
1. Clock Generation and Distribution for Low-Power Digital Systems
Martin Cochet, Gu´enol´e Lallement, Fady Abouzeid, and Philippe Roche
2. Design of Low Standby Power Fully Integrated Voltage Regulators
Yan Lu and Rui P. Martins
3. On-Chip Regulators for Low-Voltage and Portable Systems-on-Chip
4. Low-Power Biosensor Design Techniques Based on Information Theoretic Principles
5. A Cost-Effective TAF-DPS Syntonization Scheme of Improving Clock Frequency Accuracy and Long-Term Frequency Stability for Universal Applications
Liming Xiu, Pao-Lung Chen, and Yong Han
6. Exploiting Time: The Intersection Point of Multidisciplines and the Next Challenge and Opportunity in the Making of Electronics
7. Aging Evaluation and Mitigation Techniques Targeting FPGA Devices
Ioannis Stratakos, Konstantinos Maragos, George Lentaris, Dimitrios Soudris, and Kostas Siozios