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9/30/03 EECS312 1 Lecture 9: Ratioed Logic and Pass-transistor Logic EECS 312 Reading: 6.2.2, 6.2.3 Exclude pages 267-268 on DCVSL
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Last Time 9/30/03 EECS312 2 Scaling theory – Systematic approach to shrinking devices such that power, delay, area all improve • Variability – Focused on process variation where device parameters fluctuate from instance to instance – Voltage levels and temperature can also change circuit peformance
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Lecture Overview 9/30/03 EECS312 3 Alternative logic families to static CMOS – Ratioed logic – Pass-transistor logic – Their advantages and disadvantages
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