Ultra-Low Voltage Nano-Scale Memories (Integrated Circuits and Systems)

Ultra-Low Voltage Nano-Scale thoughts presents an in-depth dialogue of the cutting-edge nanometer and sub-1-V reminiscence LSIs which are enjoying decisive roles in energy unsleeping structures. rising difficulties among the gadget, circuit, and approach degrees are systematically lined by way of trustworthy high-speed operations of reminiscence cells and peripheral common sense circuits. The effectiveness of options at machine and circuit degrees can be defined at size via clarifying noise elements in an array, or even crucial variations in ultra-low voltage operations among DRAMs and SRAMs. in addition, several types of on-chip voltage converters essential to resolve issues of inner power-supply managements are greatly mentioned. This authoritative monograph addresses those layout demanding situations for reminiscence and circuit engineers in addition to for researchers and scholars who're attracted to ultra-low voltage nano-scale reminiscence LSIs.

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