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A 175 mV multiply-accumulate unit using an adaptive supply voltage and body bias (ASB) architecture

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3 Author(s)
Miyazaki, M. ; Microsystems Technol. Labs., Massachusetts Inst. of Technol., Cambridge, MA, USA ; Kao, J. ; Chandrakasan, A.P.

The power dissipation of a digital circuit is minimized by simultaneous control of power supply voltage and body bias. The technique minimizes power dissipation for varying processing rates through dynamic adjustment of V/sub dd/ and V/sub tb/. A 16b MAC operates at 166 kHz and 14 nW at 175 mV V/sub dd/. A ring oscillator operates at 0.1 V.

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Solid-State Circuits Conference, 2002. Digest of Technical Papers. ISSCC. 2002 IEEE International  (Volume:1 )

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7-7 Feb. 2002