Design and optimization of power-clock generator and distribution network for adiabatic logic

Abstract : Power density has become the primary concern when a digital core is designed. As in any embedded systems, each new digital core generation has more applications than the previous one and ultimately demands more power density. This is why many researchers and industrial designers have been looking into novel methods for reducing power consumption of digital circuit. Adiabatic logic is a promising design style, which can reduce the dynamic energy dissipation. Adiabatic logic is different than conventional logic in two main points: 1) adiabatic gate are charged with a 4-phase power signal, and 2) the energy, which is stored in the gate, is recovered. In order to fulfill these principles, the adiabatic logic needs a special power supply. As the purpose of such supply is to act as a clock also, it is referred as power-clock supply. The aim of this thesis is to design and optimize a power-clock supply and its delivery network. This thesis has been funded by the French National Research Agency, ANR, with the project ADIANEMS2 (Grant number: ANR-15-CE24-0013).
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Nicolas Jeanniot. Design and optimization of power-clock generator and distribution network for adiabatic logic. Optics / Photonic. Université Montpellier, 2018. English. ⟨NNT : 2018MONTS068⟩. ⟨tel-02138109⟩

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