Publication detail

Guest Editorial: Special Issue on Low Voltage Low Power Integrated Circuits and Systems

KHATEB, F. KULEJ, T. FERREIRA, L. LOPEZ-MARTIN, A.

Original Title

Guest Editorial: Special Issue on Low Voltage Low Power Integrated Circuits and Systems

English Title

Guest Editorial: Special Issue on Low Voltage Low Power Integrated Circuits and Systems

Type

editorial

Language

en

Original Abstract

The development of low-voltage and low-power design techniques is observed since several decades, as system power constraints and advanced deeply-scaled CMOS technologies require lower and lower supply voltages. It is predicted that the supply voltage for high performance microprocessors will be decreased to 0.6 V in a near future. Even lower supply voltage may be requested for low-power systems, especially the ones applied in biomedical implantable or wearable electronic devices, autonomous sensor nodes supplied with non-conventional energy sources and other similar applications. The requested parameters of low-voltage and low-power systems are often difficult to achieve with the use of traditional design techniques. Therefore, the circuit and system designers are seeking to develop novel architectural solutions capable to operate with low supply voltage, while maintaining acceptable performances.

English abstract

The development of low-voltage and low-power design techniques is observed since several decades, as system power constraints and advanced deeply-scaled CMOS technologies require lower and lower supply voltages. It is predicted that the supply voltage for high performance microprocessors will be decreased to 0.6 V in a near future. Even lower supply voltage may be requested for low-power systems, especially the ones applied in biomedical implantable or wearable electronic devices, autonomous sensor nodes supplied with non-conventional energy sources and other similar applications. The requested parameters of low-voltage and low-power systems are often difficult to achieve with the use of traditional design techniques. Therefore, the circuit and system designers are seeking to develop novel architectural solutions capable to operate with low supply voltage, while maintaining acceptable performances.

Keywords

Low Voltage Low Power Integrated Circuits and Systems

Released

03.01.2020

Publisher

Elsevier Sci LTD

Location

UK

Pages from

1

Pages to

3

Pages count

3

URL

BibTex


@misc{BUT160178,
  author="Fabian {Khateb}",
  title="Guest Editorial: Special Issue on Low Voltage Low Power Integrated Circuits and Systems",
  annote="The development of low-voltage and low-power design techniques is observed since several decades, as system power constraints and advanced deeply-scaled CMOS technologies require lower and lower supply voltages. It is predicted that the supply voltage for high performance microprocessors will be decreased to 0.6 V in a near future. Even lower supply voltage may be requested for low-power systems, especially the ones applied in biomedical implantable or wearable electronic devices, autonomous sensor nodes supplied with non-conventional energy sources and other similar applications. The requested parameters of low-voltage and low-power systems are often difficult to achieve with the use of traditional design techniques. Therefore, the circuit and system designers are seeking to develop novel architectural solutions capable to operate with low supply voltage, while maintaining acceptable performances.",
  address="Elsevier Sci LTD",
  chapter="160178",
  doi="10.1016/j.mejo.2019.104674",
  howpublished="print",
  institution="Elsevier Sci LTD",
  number=", IF: 1.284",
  year="2020",
  month="january",
  pages="1--3",
  publisher="Elsevier Sci LTD",
  type="editorial"
}