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Et2 and Multi-Voltage Logic

Nystroem, Mika (1995) Et2 and Multi-Voltage Logic. Computer Science Technical Reports, California Institute of Technology , Pasadena, CA. (Unpublished)

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Traditionally computer systems have been operated completely at a single voltage, which has been 5 volts for over a decade and now appears to be moving towards 3.3 volts. The operating voltage has gnerally been taken as a constant, given by the process and selected by the designers of the manufacturing process. It is clear that the current situation in which we might wish to operate a chip at one voltage although the surrounding circuitry in operated at a different voltage.

Item Type:Report or Paper (Technical Report)
Additional Information:© 1995 California Institute of Technology. April 17, 1995. Revised October 25, 1999. This work was supported by the Advanced Research Projects Agency (ARPA). United States Department of Defense and monitored by the Office of Army Research.
Group:Computer Science Technical Reports
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Subject Keywords:multi-voltage logic; CMOS; asynchronous; DVCSL
Series Name:Computer Science Technical Reports
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