Ultra-Low Voltage Nano-Scale Memories

Ultra-Low Voltage Nano-Scale Memories

von: Kiyoo Itoh, Masashi Horiguchi, Hitoshi Tanaka

Springer-Verlag, 2007

ISBN: 9780387688534 , 346 Seiten

Format: PDF, OL

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Ultra-low voltage large-scale integrated circuits (LSIs) in nano-scale technologies are needed both to meet the needs of a rapidly growing mobile cell phone market and to offset a significant increase in the power dissipation of high-end microprocessor units. The goal of this book is to provide a detailed explanation of the state-of-the-art nanometer and sub-1-V memory LSIs that are playing decisive roles in power conscious systems. Emerging problems between the device, circuit, and system levels are systematically discussed in terms of reliable high-speed operations of memory cells and peripheral logic circuits. The effectiveness of solutions at device and circuit levels is also described at length through clarifying noise components in an array, and even essential differences in ultra-low voltage operations between DRAMs and SRAMs.