Reduction of Substrate Noise in Mixed-Signal Circuits

Contents: Reduction of Substrate Noise in Mixed-Signal Circuits 1 Introduction 1.1 Motivation 1.1.1 Substrate Noise in Mixed-Signal ICs 1.1.2 Representation of Integers in Digital Circuits 1.2 Contributions 1.3 Publications 1.4 Thesis Outline 2 Substrate Noise in Mixed-Signal Circuits 2.1 Substrate Noise 2.2 Substrate Types in CMOS Technologies 2.3 Substrate Modeling 2.3.1 A Substrate Model Derived from Maxwell’s Equations 2.3.2 Substrate Modeling… Read moreReduction of Substrate Noise in Mixed-Signal Circuits

A Solution To Remote Detection Of Illegal Electricity Usage Via Power Line Communications

A Solution To Remote Detection Of Illegal Electricity Usage Via Power Line Communications   Power line communication (PLC) presents an interesting and economical solution for Automatic Meter Reading (AMR). If an AMR system via PLC is set in a power delivery system, a detection system for illegal electricity usage may be easily added in the existing PLC network. In the… Read moreA Solution To Remote Detection Of Illegal Electricity Usage Via Power Line Communications

CMOS Technology for Biomedical Oriented System-on-Chip Applications Seminar

CMOS Technology for Biomedical Oriented System-on-Chip Applications Seminar In this paper a low-power small-area 1-bit CMOSbased adder cell is being introduced. It needs only 14 transistors and relies on low-power XOR/XNOR cells, transmission function logic and pass-gate logic cells to compute the sum and carry-out bits with rail-to-rail output swing. The proposed adder cell, which has been designed and laid… Read moreCMOS Technology for Biomedical Oriented System-on-Chip Applications Seminar