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A transregional CMOS SRAM with single, logic VDD and dynamic power rails

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New circuit techniques are reported that enable a single VDD SRAM to operate at logic compatible voltages with a cell read current and cell static noise margin (SNM) typically seen with higher/dual VDD SRAMs. Implemented in a 65nm CMOS SOI process with no alterations to the CMOS process or to a conventional, single VT SRAM cell, the voltage across power rails of the selected SRAM cells self-biases to permit a higher-than-VDD voltage during WL active periods and a lower than 2VT voltage at all other times. Bootstrapping the cell row power supply and regulating the cell subarray virtual ground voltage enables the above 'Transregional' SRAM operation resulting in near-subthreshold data storage and superthreshold access, lowering total leakage by over 10× and improving IREAD and SNM by 7% and 18% respectively with a total area overhead of less than 13%.

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VLSI Circuits, 2004. Digest of Technical Papers. 2004 Symposium on

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17-19 June 2004

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