This book is about large-scale electronic circuits design driven by nanotechnology, where nanotechnology is broadly defined as building circuits using nanoscale devices that are either implemented with nanomaterials (e.g., nanotubes or nanowires) or following an unconventional method (e.g., FinFET or III/V compound-based devices). These nanoscale devices have significant potential to revolutionize the fabrication and integration of electronic systems and scale beyond the perceived scaling limitations of traditional CMOS. While innovations in nanotechnology originate at the individual device level, realizing the true impact of electronic systems demands that these device-level capabilities be translated into system-level benefits. This is the first book to focus on nanoscale circuits and their design issues, bridging the existing gap between nanodevice research and nanosystem design.Fig. 22 Schematic diagram of the bias generator ... between the power and bias line, the cell will function, as the bias is only used to modulate the cell transistor strength depending on the operation and power saving mode (see Fig. ... The device structure consists of an independent-gate controlled asymmetrical DG device.
|Title||:||Nanoelectronic Circuit Design|
|Author||:||Niraj K. Jha, Deming Chen|
|Publisher||:||Springer Science & Business Media - 2010-12-21|