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3-Gb/s CMOS 1:4 MUX and DEMUX ICs
IEICE TRANSACTIONS on Electronics
Publication Date: 1995/12/25
Print ISSN: 0916-8516
Type of Manuscript: Special Section PAPER (Special Issue on Low-power Analog, Digital LSIs and ASICs for Multimedia)
CMOS, MUX/DEMUX, double rail flip-flop, phase, internal mean capacitance, SIMOX device process technology,
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We have developed a design technique for static logic circuits. Using this technique, we designed 1/2 divider-type 1:4 demultiplexer (DEMUX) and 2:1 selector-type 4:1 multiplexer (MUX) circuits, each of which is a key component in high-speed data multiplexing and demultiplexing. These circuits consist of double rail flip-flops (DR F/F). These flip-flops have a smaller mean internal capacitance than single rail flip-flops, making them suitable for high-speed operation. The DR F/F has a symmetric structure, so the double rail toggle flip-flop can put out an exactly balanced CK/CKN signal, which boosts the speed of the data flip-flops. The double rail structure enables 30% faster operation but consumes only 17% more power (per GHz) than a single rail circuit. In addition, our 0.25-µm process technology provides a 70% higher frequency operation than 0.5-µm process technology. At the supply voltage of 2.2 V, the DEMUX circuit and the MUX circuit operate at 4.55 GHz and 2.98 GHz, respectively. In addition, the 0.25-µm DEMUX circuit and the MUX circuit respectively consume 6.0 mW/GHz and 13.7 mW/GHz (＠1.3 V), which are only 12% of the power consumed by 3.3-V 0.5-µm circuits. Because of its high-speed and low-power characteristics, our design technique will greatly contribute to the progress of large-scale high-speed telecommunication systems.