Publication detail

Guest Editorial: Low Voltage Low Power Integrated Circuits and Systems

KHATEB, F. KULEJ, T.

Original Title

Guest Editorial: Low Voltage Low Power Integrated Circuits and Systems

English Title

Guest Editorial: Low Voltage Low Power Integrated Circuits and Systems

Type

editorial

Language

en

Original Abstract

Interest in low-voltage integrated circuits and systems has continued over several decades, as system power constraints and advanced deep submicron technologies require lower and lower supply voltages. Presently, a new trend towards extremely low-voltage and ultra-low power circuits is emerging, motivated in part by the increased interest in implantable or wearable devices for biomedical monitoring, sensors, the Internet of Things networks and other similar applications. The aforementioned systems are often predicted to be supplied with non-conventional energy sources, which can provide power at a very low voltage level. The increasing demands for both low supply voltage and energy efficiency often have a detrimental effect upon analogue and mixed-signal circuits, which must operate with reduced voltage headroom and power dissipation. Therefore, the most challenging task for analogue designers is to maintain the circuit performances by developing novel circuit structures capable of operating with low supply voltage.

English abstract

Interest in low-voltage integrated circuits and systems has continued over several decades, as system power constraints and advanced deep submicron technologies require lower and lower supply voltages. Presently, a new trend towards extremely low-voltage and ultra-low power circuits is emerging, motivated in part by the increased interest in implantable or wearable devices for biomedical monitoring, sensors, the Internet of Things networks and other similar applications. The aforementioned systems are often predicted to be supplied with non-conventional energy sources, which can provide power at a very low voltage level. The increasing demands for both low supply voltage and energy efficiency often have a detrimental effect upon analogue and mixed-signal circuits, which must operate with reduced voltage headroom and power dissipation. Therefore, the most challenging task for analogue designers is to maintain the circuit performances by developing novel circuit structures capable of operating with low supply voltage.

Keywords

Low Voltage Low Power Integrated Circuits and Systems

Released

22.10.2018

Publisher

INST ENGINEERING TECHNOLOGY-IET

Location

ENGLAND

Pages from

669

Pages to

670

Pages count

2

URL

BibTex


@misc{BUT150598,
  author="Fabian {Khateb} and Tomasz {Kulej}",
  title="Guest Editorial: Low Voltage Low Power Integrated Circuits and Systems",
  annote="Interest in low-voltage integrated circuits and systems has continued over several decades, as system power constraints and advanced deep submicron technologies require lower and lower supply voltages. Presently, a new trend towards extremely low-voltage and ultra-low power circuits is emerging, motivated in part by the increased interest in implantable or wearable devices for biomedical monitoring, sensors, the Internet of Things networks and other similar applications. The aforementioned systems are often predicted to be supplied with non-conventional energy sources, which can provide power at a very low voltage level. The increasing demands for both low supply voltage and energy efficiency often have a detrimental effect upon analogue and mixed-signal circuits, which must operate with reduced voltage headroom and power dissipation. Therefore, the most challenging task for analogue designers is to maintain the circuit performances by developing novel circuit structures capable of operating with low supply voltage.",
  address="INST ENGINEERING TECHNOLOGY-IET",
  chapter="150598",
  doi="10.1049/iet-cds.2018.5519",
  howpublished="print",
  institution="INST ENGINEERING TECHNOLOGY-IET",
  year="2018",
  month="october",
  pages="669--670",
  publisher="INST ENGINEERING TECHNOLOGY-IET",
  type="editorial"
}