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Alioto, M. (2012) Ultralow Power VLSI Circuit Design Demystified and Explained: A Tutorial. IEEE Transactions on Circuits Systems I, 59, 3-29.
http://dx.doi.org/10.1109/TCSI.2011.2177004

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  • TITLE: Design and Analysing the Various Parameters of CMOS Circuit’s under Bi-Triggering Method Using Cadence Tools

    AUTHORS: A. Sridevi, V. Lakshmiprabha, N. Prabhu

    KEYWORDS: Bi-Triggering, Power Analysis, Energy Analysis, Circuit Simulation, Delay Analysis, Sub Clock Method

    JOURNAL NAME: Circuits and Systems, Vol.7 No.9, July 28, 2016

    ABSTRACT: Reducing the power and energy required by the device/circuit to operate is the main aim of this paper. Here the new design is implemented to reduce the power consumption of the device using the triggering pulses. The proposed triggering method uses a complementary MOS transistor (pMOS and nMOS) as a voltage divider and ground leakage suppressor (i.e.); these designs are named as Trig01 and Trig10 designs. In Trig01 design the pair of CMOS is placed in the voltage divider part; similarly in Trig10 design the pair of CMOS is placed at the ground leakage suppressor part. Standard CMOS gates like NOT, NAND, NOR, EX-OR etc. are designed with these technologies and these gates are designed with 180 nm technology file in the cadence tool suite; compared to the normal CMOS gates, the Bi-Trig gate contains 4 inputs and 2 outputs. The two extra inputs are used as Bi-Trig control signaling inputs. There are 2 control inputs and thus 22= 4 combination of controlling is done (i.e.); both pMOS and nMOS are ON, both pMOS and nMOS are OFF, pMOS ON and nMOS OFF and pMOS ON and nMOS ON. Depending on the usage of the circuit, the mode of operation is switched to any one of the combination. If the output of the circuit is not used anywhere in the total block, that specified circuit can be switched into idle mode by means of switched OFF both the pMOS and nMOS transistor in the control unit. This reduces the leakage current and also the power wastage of the circuits in the total block. Bi-Trig controlled circuit reduces the power consumption and leakage power of the circuit without affecting a performance of the circuits.