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An Adiabatic Approach to Design Low Power Energy Efficient CMOS Circuits

Abhishek Kumar Singh, Rakesh Joon


Studies different sources of the power dissipation and evaluates a technique to reduce the power dissipation to much more extent. The need of devices that consume a minimum amount of power was a major driving force behind the development of CMOS technologies. Digital CMOS integrated circuits are important element of electronic system for achieving high performance. The demand for digital CMOS integrated circuits will continue to increase in the future, because of its important features such as low power, good reliability and other improvements in the processing technology. An ADIABATIC approach is perfect solution for the design of power and energy efficient designs.

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