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Chip Temperature Selfregulation for Digital Circuits Using Polymorphic Electronics Principles

RŮŽIČKA, R. ŠIMEK, V.

Originální název

Chip Temperature Selfregulation for Digital Circuits Using Polymorphic Electronics Principles

Anglický název

Chip Temperature Selfregulation for Digital Circuits Using Polymorphic Electronics Principles

Jazyk

en

Originální abstrakt

The paper presents a new design approach to digital circuits that provides for an increased chip operation reliability from temperature point of view. The key aspect behind the proposed method of approach is to avoid chip overheating due to special design and subsequent integration of dedicated circuit controller. Such element is blended seamlessly with the surrounding circuitry and posses the ability to reconfigure itself when the temperature of the chip goes beyond defined temperature boundary. After the end of reconfiguration phase, the controller ensures only indispensable function. By this arrangement, the power and heat dissipation of the circuit is reduced until the chip temperature falls again under certain level. When the chip is cooled down appropriately, the controller returns back to normal operating mode automatically. The proposed approach utilises principles of polymorphic digital circuits which embrace smart and fast reconfiguration, compact and cost-effective design with embedded sensors, where the aim is to ensure overall system stability and in the same time increase its dependability.

Anglický abstrakt

The paper presents a new design approach to digital circuits that provides for an increased chip operation reliability from temperature point of view. The key aspect behind the proposed method of approach is to avoid chip overheating due to special design and subsequent integration of dedicated circuit controller. Such element is blended seamlessly with the surrounding circuitry and posses the ability to reconfigure itself when the temperature of the chip goes beyond defined temperature boundary. After the end of reconfiguration phase, the controller ensures only indispensable function. By this arrangement, the power and heat dissipation of the circuit is reduced until the chip temperature falls again under certain level. When the chip is cooled down appropriately, the controller returns back to normal operating mode automatically. The proposed approach utilises principles of polymorphic digital circuits which embrace smart and fast reconfiguration, compact and cost-effective design with embedded sensors, where the aim is to ensure overall system stability and in the same time increase its dependability.

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@inproceedings{BUT76435,
  author="Richard {Růžička} and Václav {Šimek}",
  title="Chip Temperature Selfregulation for Digital Circuits Using Polymorphic Electronics Principles",
  annote="The paper presents a new design approach to digital circuits that provides for an
increased chip operation reliability from temperature point of view. The key
aspect behind the proposed method of approach is to avoid chip overheating due to
special design and subsequent integration of dedicated circuit controller. Such
element is blended seamlessly with the surrounding circuitry and posses the
ability to reconfigure itself when the temperature of the chip goes beyond
defined temperature boundary. After the end of reconfiguration phase, the
controller ensures only indispensable function. By this arrangement, the power
and heat dissipation of the circuit is reduced until the chip temperature falls
again under certain level. When the chip is cooled down appropriately, the
controller returns back to normal operating mode automatically. The proposed
approach utilises principles of polymorphic digital circuits which embrace smart
and fast reconfiguration, compact and cost-effective design with embedded
sensors, where the aim is to ensure overall system stability and in the same time
increase its dependability.",
  address="IEEE Computer Society Press",
  booktitle="Proceedings of 14th Euromicro Conference on Digital System Design",
  chapter="76435",
  edition="NEUVEDEN",
  howpublished="print",
  institution="IEEE Computer Society Press",
  year="2011",
  month="august",
  pages="205--212",
  publisher="IEEE Computer Society Press",
  type="conference paper"
}