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A single-rail re-implementation of a DCC error detector using a generic standard-cell library

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7 Author(s)
van Berkel, K. ; Philips Res. Lab., Eindhoven, Netherlands ; Burgess, R. ; Kessels, J. ; Peeters, A.
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We present a fully asynchronous implementation of a DCC Error Detector. The circuit uses 4-phase handshake signaling and single-rail data encoding, and has been realized using standard cells from a generic cell library. The circuit is obtained by fully automatic translation from a high-level (Tangram) description, using handshake circuits as intermediate architecture. In comparison with a previous double-rail implementation the fabricated IC is 40% smaller (core area), three times faster, and consumes only a quarter of the power. Switching between two power supplies is described as a technique to reduce power dissipation even further. A comparative evaluation also includes an improved double-rail implementation and two synchronous circuits

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Asynchronous Design Methodologies, 1995. Proceedings., Second Working Conference on

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30-31 May 1995

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