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A Low Standby Current DSP Core Using Improved ABC-MT-CMOS with Charge Pump Circuit
Hiromi NOTANI Masayuki KOYAMA Ryuji MANO Hiroshi MAKINO Yoshio MATSUDA Osamu TOMISAWA Shuhei IWADE
IEICE TRANSACTIONS on Electronics
Publication Date: 2003/04/01
Print ISSN: 0916-8516
Type of Manuscript: Special Section PAPER (Special Issue on High-Performance, Low-Power System LSIs and Related Technologies)
Category: Circuit Design
low power, standby current, backgate control, MT-CMOS,
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A 64-bit 100-MHz multimedia DSP core has been designed using 0.15-µ m CMOS technology. An improved Auto-Backgate-Controlled MT-CMOS (ABC-MT-CMOS) circuit with a charge pump is adopted to suppress the standby leakage current. The dynamic active current of whole chip was simulated to optimize the size of a switch for a power supply control. The DSP core chip, which integrates 300-kgate Logic, 64-kbyte SRAM and charge pump circuit, has 8-µ A standby leakage current. The reduction rate is 1/250.