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A 1 GHz-0.9 mA/1 V CMOS/SIMOX/128/129 dual modulus prescalar using a newly developed counter

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5 Author(s)
Y. Kado ; NTT LSI Lab., Atsugi, Japan ; M. Suzuki ; K. Koike ; Y. Omura
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An extremely low-power, gigahertz-range CMOS dual modulus prescaler is described. To enhance performance, an advanced ultra-thin-film CMOS/SIMOX process and a divide-by-2/3 synchronous counter composed of clocked-inverter type dynamic D-F/Fs are introduced. With the same technologies a very low-power CMOS PLL LSI was also realized. A CMOS/SIMOX 1/16 static frequency divider operating up to 2.7 GHz was fabricated. According to SPICE simulation, its performance can be greatly improved by reducing the parasitic source and drain resistances.<>

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VLSI Circuits, 1992. Digest of Technical Papers., 1992 Symposium on

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4-6 June 1992