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Design Essentials Design Rules Proposed - Transistor Level Design Rules Proposed - Circuit Level LDPC Analogue Decoder Conclusions Design Rules for Subthreshold MOS Circuits Jorge Pérez Chamorro, Cyril Lahuec, Fabrice Seguin and Michel Jézéquel 5th Analogue Decoding Workshop, Torino, Italy J. Pérez Chamorro, C. Lahuec, F. Seguin and M. Jézéquel Design Essentials Design Rules Proposed - Transistor Level Design Rules Proposed - Circuit Level LDPC Analogue Decoder Conclusions Outline 1 Design Essentials Motivation Models for Circuit Simulation Substrate Bias (VSB ) and Other Parameters 2 Design Rules Proposed - Transistor Level Setting VSB to 0 Fabrication Process 3 Design Rules Proposed - Circuit Level Topology’s Choice: Current or Voltage Mode? Symmetry Fixing Voltages 4 LDPC Analogue Decoder Subthreshold MOS Gilbert-based Cells The Decoder J. Pérez Chamorro, C. Lahuec, F. Seguin and M. Jézéquel Design Essentials Design Rules Proposed - Transistor Level Motivation Design Rules Proposed - Circuit Level Models for Circuit Simulation LDPC Analogue Decoder Substrate Bias (VSB ) and Other Parameters Conclusions Outline 1 Design Essentials Motivation Models for Circuit Simulation Substrate Bias (VSB ) and Other Parameters 2 Design Rules Proposed - Transistor Level Setting VSB to 0 Fabrication Process 3 Design Rules Proposed - Circuit Level Topology’s Choice: Current or Voltage Mode? Symmetry Fixing Voltages 4 LDPC Analogue Decoder Subthreshold MOS Gilbert-based Cells The Decoder J. Pérez Chamorro, C. Lahuec, F. Seguin and M. Jézéquel Design Essentials Design Rules Proposed - Transistor Level Motivation Design Rules Proposed - Circuit Level Models for Circuit Simulation LDPC Analogue Decoder Substrate Bias (VSB ) and Other Parameters Conclusions Why Analogue CMOS? Why Analogue? Better performance than digital counterparts. No iterations and parallelism. Simpler implementation of basic operators. Why Subthreshold MOSFET? Less consuming than forward-biased BJT. Low-voltage supply and nano-currents. Easier and cheaper fabrication. But . . . Hard to control and to interconnect. J. Pérez Chamorro, C. Lahuec, F. Seguin and M. Jézéquel Design Essentials Design Rules Proposed - Transistor Level Motivation Design Rules Proposed - Circuit Level Models for Circuit Simulation LDPC Analogue Decoder Substrate Bias (VSB ) and Other Parameters Conclusions Why Analogue CMOS? Why Analogue? Better performance than digital counterparts. No iterations and parallelism. Simpler implementation of basic operators. Why Subthreshold MOSFET? Less consuming than forward-biased BJT. Low-voltage supply and nano-currents. Easier and cheaper fabrication. But . . . Hard to control and to interconnect. J. Pérez Chamorro, C. Lahuec, F. Seguin and M. Jézéquel Design Essentials Design Rules Proposed - Transistor Level Motivation Design Rules Proposed - Circuit Level Models for Circuit Simulation LDPC Analogue Decoder Substrate Bias (VSB ) and Other Parameters Conclusions Why Analogue CMOS? Why Analogue? Better performance than digital counterparts. No iterations and parallelism. Simpler implementation of basic operators. Why Subthreshold MOSFET? Less consuming than forward-biased BJT. Low-voltage supply and nano-currents. Easier and cheaper fabrication. But . . . Hard to control and to interconnect. J. Pérez Chamorro, C. Lahuec, F. Seguin and M. Jézéquel Design Essentials Design Rules Proposed - Transistor Level Motivation Design Rules Proposed - Circuit Level Models for Circuit Simulation LDPC Analogue Decoder Substrate Bias (VSB ) and Other Parameters Conclusions Outline 1 Design Essentials Motivation Models for Circuit Simulation Substrate Bias (VSB ) and Other Parameters 2 Design Rules Proposed - Transistor Level Setting VSB to 0 Fabrication Process 3 Design Rules Proposed - Circuit Level Topology’s Choice: Current or Voltage Mode? Symmetry Fixing Voltages 4 LDPC Analogue Decoder Subthreshold MOS Gilbert-based Cells The Decoder J. Pérez Chamorro, C. Lahuec, F. Seguin and M. Jézéquel Design Essentials Design Rules Proposed - Transistor Level Motivation Design Rules Proposed - Circuit Level Models for Circuit Simulation LDPC Analogue Decoder Substrate Bias (VSB ) and Other Parameters Conclusions Models for Circuit Simulation BSIM3v3 vs. MM9 - Average Errors between Measurements and Simulations [3] BSIM3 is a public-domain set conceived at the University of California, Berkeley [1]. MOS Model 9 is an analytical model for analogue applications developed by Philips [2]. Model BSIM3v3 MM9 subthreshold VSB = 0V 11.6% 8.0% region VSB = 0V 17.6% 17.0% NMOS substrate current 29.8% 23.0% subthreshold VSB = 0V 10.1% 6.0% region VSB = 0V 20.0% 17.0% PMOS substrate current 50.3% 25.0% J. Pérez Chamorro, C. Lahuec, F. Seguin and M. Jézéquel Design Essentials Design Rules Proposed - Transistor Level Motivation Design Rules Proposed - Circuit Level Models for Circuit Simulation LDPC Analogue Decoder Substrate Bias (VSB ) and Other Parameters Conclusions MOS Model 9 MM9 inside Philips Semiconductors J. Pérez Chamorro, C. Lahuec, F. Seguin and M. Jézéquel Design Essentials Design Rules Proposed - Transistor Level Motivation Design Rules Proposed - Circuit Level Models for Circuit Simulation LDPC Analogue Decoder Substrate Bias (VSB ) and Other Parameters Conclusions Outline 1 Design Essentials Motivation Models for Circuit Simulation Substrate Bias (VSB ) and Other Parameters 2 Design Rules Proposed - Transistor Level Setting VSB to 0 Fabrication Process 3 Design Rules Proposed - Circuit Level Topology’s Choice: Current or Voltage Mode? Symmetry Fixing Voltages 4 LDPC Analogue Decoder Subthreshold MOS Gilbert-based Cells The Decoder J. Pérez Chamorro, C. Lahuec, F. Seguin and M. Jézéquel Design Essentials Design Rules Proposed - Transistor Level Motivation Design Rules Proposed - Circuit Level Models for Circuit Simulation LDPC Analogue Decoder Substrate Bias (VSB ) and Other Parameters Conclusions Substrate Bias (VSB ) Calculated and measured NMOS subthreshold characteristics [4] 10-3 10-4 VSB=5V 10-5 10-6 IDS_NMOS[A] 10-7 10-8 VSB=2V 10-9 VDS=1.0V VDS=3.5V 10-10 VDS=6.0V 10-11 VSB=0V 10-12 0.1 0.3 0.5 0.7 0.9 1.1 1.3 1.5 VGS_NMOS[V] J. Pérez Chamorro, C. Lahuec, F. Seguin and M. Jézéquel Design Essentials Design Rules Proposed - Transistor Level Motivation Design Rules Proposed - Circuit Level Models for Circuit Simulation LDPC Analogue Decoder Substrate Bias (VSB ) and Other Parameters Conclusions Substrate Bias (VSB ) Calculated and measured PMOS subthreshold characteristics [4] 10-4 10-5 10-6 10-7 -IDS_PMOS[A] 10-8 VDS=-1.0V 10-9 VDS=-3.5V 10-10 VDS=-6.0V 10-11 VSB=0V VSB=-2V 10-12 10-13 0.5 0.7 0.9 1.1 1.3 1.5 1.7 1.9 2.1 -VGS_PMOS[V] J. Pérez Chamorro, C. Lahuec, F. Seguin and M. Jézéquel Design Essentials Design Rules Proposed - Transistor Level Motivation Design Rules Proposed - Circuit Level Models for Circuit Simulation LDPC Analogue Decoder Substrate Bias (VSB ) and Other Parameters Conclusions Other Effects and Relevant Parameters 1 Spreading Effect 2 Subthreshold Slope (m) 3 Drain-Induced Barrier Lowering (DIBL) Effect 4 VDS J. Pérez Chamorro, C. Lahuec, F. Seguin and M. Jézéquel Design Essentials Design Rules Proposed - Transistor Level Motivation Design Rules Proposed - Circuit Level Models for Circuit Simulation LDPC Analogue Decoder Substrate Bias (VSB ) and Other Parameters Conclusions Other Effects and Relevant Parameters 1 Spreading Effect : Vertical shifts of IDS due to changes of VDS . Horizontal shifts of IDS due to changes of VSB . Inversely Proportional to Channel Doping. 2 Subthreshold Slope (m) 3 Drain-Induced Barrier Lowering (DIBL) Effect 4 VDS J. Pérez Chamorro, C. Lahuec, F. Seguin and M. Jézéquel Design Essentials Design Rules Proposed - Transistor Level Motivation Design Rules Proposed - Circuit Level Models for Circuit Simulation LDPC Analogue Decoder Substrate Bias (VSB ) and Other Parameters Conclusions Other Effects and Relevant Parameters 1 Spreading Effect 2 Subthreshold Slope (m) 3 Drain-Induced Barrier Lowering (DIBL) Effect 4 VDS J. Pérez Chamorro, C. Lahuec, F. Seguin and M. Jézéquel Design Essentials Design Rules Proposed - Transistor Level Motivation Design Rules Proposed - Circuit Level Models for Circuit Simulation LDPC Analogue Decoder Substrate Bias (VSB ) and Other Parameters Conclusions Other Effects and Relevant Parameters 1 Spreading Effect 2 Subthreshold Slope (m) : Variation of the depletion charge with respect to the surface potential. Constant if and only if VSB = 0. 3 Drain-Induced Barrier Lowering (DIBL) Effect 4 VDS J. Pérez Chamorro, C. Lahuec, F. Seguin and M. Jézéquel Design Essentials Design Rules Proposed - Transistor Level Motivation Design Rules Proposed - Circuit Level Models for Circuit Simulation LDPC Analogue Decoder Substrate Bias (VSB ) and Other Parameters Conclusions Other Effects and Relevant Parameters 1 Spreading Effect 2 Subthreshold Slope (m) 3 Drain-Induced Barrier Lowering (DIBL) Effect 4 VDS J. Pérez Chamorro, C. Lahuec, F. Seguin and M. Jézéquel Design Essentials Design Rules Proposed - Transistor Level Motivation Design Rules Proposed - Circuit Level Models for Circuit Simulation LDPC Analogue Decoder Substrate Bias (VSB ) and Other Parameters Conclusions Other Effects and Relevant Parameters 1 Spreading Effect 2 Subthreshold Slope (m) 3 Drain-Induced Barrier Lowering (DIBL) Effect : Reduction of VT due to an increase of VDS . Short Channel Effect. Relates: the oxide thickness, the substrate doping, the junction depth and the channel length. 4 VDS J. Pérez Chamorro, C. Lahuec, F. Seguin and M. Jézéquel Design Essentials Design Rules Proposed - Transistor Level Motivation Design Rules Proposed - Circuit Level Models for Circuit Simulation LDPC Analogue Decoder Substrate Bias (VSB ) and Other Parameters Conclusions Other Effects and Relevant Parameters 1 Spreading Effect 2 Subthreshold Slope (m) 3 Drain-Induced Barrier Lowering (DIBL) Effect 4 VDS J. Pérez Chamorro, C. Lahuec, F. Seguin and M. Jézéquel Design Essentials Design Rules Proposed - Transistor Level Motivation Design Rules Proposed - Circuit Level Models for Circuit Simulation LDPC Analogue Decoder Substrate Bias (VSB ) and Other Parameters Conclusions Other Effects and Relevant Parameters 1 Spreading Effect 2 Subthreshold Slope (m) 3 Drain-Induced Barrier Lowering (DIBL) Effect 4 VDS is related to: The depletion charge under the drain end of the channel. The drain current and its saturation voltage. J. Pérez Chamorro, C. Lahuec, F. Seguin and M. Jézéquel Design Essentials Design Rules Proposed - Transistor Level Motivation Design Rules Proposed - Circuit Level Models for Circuit Simulation LDPC Analogue Decoder Substrate Bias (VSB ) and Other Parameters Conclusions Other Effects and Relevant Parameters 1 Spreading Effect 2 Subthreshold Slope (m) 3 Drain-Induced Barrier Lowering (DIBL) Effect 4 VDS J. Pérez Chamorro, C. Lahuec, F. Seguin and M. Jézéquel Design Essentials Design Rules Proposed - Transistor Level Setting VSB to 0 Design Rules Proposed - Circuit Level Fabrication Process LDPC Analogue Decoder Conclusions Outline 1 Design Essentials Motivation Models for Circuit Simulation Substrate Bias (VSB ) and Other Parameters 2 Design Rules Proposed - Transistor Level Setting VSB to 0 Fabrication Process 3 Design Rules Proposed - Circuit Level Topology’s Choice: Current or Voltage Mode? Symmetry Fixing Voltages 4 LDPC Analogue Decoder Subthreshold MOS Gilbert-based Cells The Decoder J. Pérez Chamorro, C. Lahuec, F. Seguin and M. Jézéquel Design Essentials Design Rules Proposed - Transistor Level Setting VSB to 0 Design Rules Proposed - Circuit Level Fabrication Process LDPC Analogue Decoder Conclusions First, some equations ηm m = 1 + mo φb / VSB + φb (1) ηγ ∆VT ,DIBL = −γoo VSB + φb / φb VDS (2) IS = 2mµo Cox (W /L) φ2 T (3) IC = IDS /IS (4) W Vgt2 VDS IDS = φT µ Q exp 1 − exp − (5) L iO mφT φT J. Pérez Chamorro, C. Lahuec, F. Seguin and M. Jézéquel Design Essentials Design Rules Proposed - Transistor Level Setting VSB to 0 Design Rules Proposed - Circuit Level Fabrication Process LDPC Analogue Decoder Conclusions First, some equations ηm m = 1 + mo φb / VSB + φb (1) ηγ ∆VT ,DIBL = −γoo VSB + φb / φb VDS (2) IS = 2mµo Cox (W /L) φ2 T (3) IC = IDS /IS (4) W Vgt2 VDS IDS = φT µ Q exp 1 − exp − (5) L iO mφT φT J. Pérez Chamorro, C. Lahuec, F. Seguin and M. Jézéquel Design Essentials Design Rules Proposed - Transistor Level Setting VSB to 0 Design Rules Proposed - Circuit Level Fabrication Process LDPC Analogue Decoder Conclusions First, some equations ηm m = 1 + mo φb / VSB + φb (1) ηγ ∆VT ,DIBL = −γoo VSB + φb / φb VDS (2) IS = 2mµo Cox (W /L) φ2 T (3) IC = IDS /IS (4) W Vgt2 VDS IDS = φT µ Q exp 1 − exp − (5) L iO mφT φT J. Pérez Chamorro, C. Lahuec, F. Seguin and M. Jézéquel Design Essentials Design Rules Proposed - Transistor Level Setting VSB to 0 Design Rules Proposed - Circuit Level Fabrication Process LDPC Analogue Decoder Conclusions First, some equations ηm m = 1 + mo φb / VSB + φb (1) ηγ ∆VT ,DIBL = −γoo VSB + φb / φb VDS (2) IS = 2mµo Cox (W /L) φ2 T (3) IC = IDS /IS (4) W Vgt2 VDS IDS = φT µ Q exp 1 − exp − (5) L iO mφT φT J. Pérez Chamorro, C. Lahuec, F. Seguin and M. Jézéquel Design Essentials Design Rules Proposed - Transistor Level Setting VSB to 0 Design Rules Proposed - Circuit Level Fabrication Process LDPC Analogue Decoder Conclusions First, some equations ηm m = 1 + mo φb / VSB + φb (1) ηγ ∆VT ,DIBL = −γoo VSB + φb / φb VDS (2) IS = 2mµo Cox (W /L) φ2 T (3) IC = IDS /IS (4) W Vgt2 VDS IDS = φT µ Q exp 1 − exp − (5) L iO mφT φT J. Pérez Chamorro, C. Lahuec, F. Seguin and M. Jézéquel Design Essentials Design Rules Proposed - Transistor Level Setting VSB to 0 Design Rules Proposed - Circuit Level Fabrication Process LDPC Analogue Decoder Conclusions First, some equations ηm m = 1 + mo φb / VSB + φb (1) ηγ ∆VT ,DIBL = −γoo VSB + φb / φb VDS (2) IS = 2mµo Cox (W /L) φ2 T (3) IC = IDS /IS (4) W Vgt2 VDS IDS = φT µ Q exp 1 − exp − (5) L iO mφT φT J. Pérez Chamorro, C. Lahuec, F. Seguin and M. Jézéquel Design Essentials Design Rules Proposed - Transistor Level Setting VSB to 0 Design Rules Proposed - Circuit Level Fabrication Process LDPC Analogue Decoder Conclusions Setting VSB to 0. Simplifying the Physics, not the Model: m = 1 + mo (6) ∆VT ,DIBL = −γoo VDS (7) J. Pérez Chamorro, C. Lahuec, F. Seguin and M. Jézéquel Design Essentials Design Rules Proposed - Transistor Level Setting VSB to 0 Design Rules Proposed - Circuit Level Fabrication Process LDPC Analogue Decoder Conclusions Setting VSB to 0. Simplifying the Physics, not the Model: m = 1 + mo (6) ∆VT ,DIBL = −γoo VDS (7) J. Pérez Chamorro, C. Lahuec, F. Seguin and M. Jézéquel Design Essentials Design Rules Proposed - Transistor Level Setting VSB to 0 Design Rules Proposed - Circuit Level Fabrication Process LDPC Analogue Decoder Conclusions Setting VSB to 0. Simplifying the Physics, not the Model: m = 1 + mo (6) ∆VT ,DIBL = −γoo VDS (7) Result Optimal equations non dependent on VSB nor φB . J. Pérez Chamorro, C. Lahuec, F. Seguin and M. Jézéquel Design Essentials Design Rules Proposed - Transistor Level Setting VSB to 0 Design Rules Proposed - Circuit Level Fabrication Process LDPC Analogue Decoder Conclusions Setting VSB to 0. Simplifying the Physics, Determining the transistor’s size, not the Model: a clear equation: m = 1 + mo (6) W IDSMAX = (8) ∆VT ,DIBL = −γoo VDS (7) L 2IC (1 + mo ) µo Cox φ2 T µ o φT fTmax,weak < (9) πL2 Result Optimal equations non dependent on VSB nor φB . J. Pérez Chamorro, C. Lahuec, F. Seguin and M. Jézéquel Design Essentials Design Rules Proposed - Transistor Level Setting VSB to 0 Design Rules Proposed - Circuit Level Fabrication Process LDPC Analogue Decoder Conclusions Setting VSB to 0. Simplifying the Physics, Determining the transistor’s size, not the Model: a clear equation: m = 1 + mo (6) W IDSMAX = (8) ∆VT ,DIBL = −γoo VDS (7) L 2IC (1 + mo ) µo Cox φ2 T µ o φT fTmax,weak < (9) πL2 Result Result Optimal equations non IDSMAX , IC and fTmax,weak became the dependent on VSB nor φB . only design variables. J. Pérez Chamorro, C. Lahuec, F. Seguin and M. Jézéquel Design Essentials Design Rules Proposed - Transistor Level Setting VSB to 0 Design Rules Proposed - Circuit Level Fabrication Process LDPC Analogue Decoder Conclusions Outline 1 Design Essentials Motivation Models for Circuit Simulation Substrate Bias (VSB ) and Other Parameters 2 Design Rules Proposed - Transistor Level Setting VSB to 0 Fabrication Process 3 Design Rules Proposed - Circuit Level Topology’s Choice: Current or Voltage Mode? Symmetry Fixing Voltages 4 LDPC Analogue Decoder Subthreshold MOS Gilbert-based Cells The Decoder J. Pérez Chamorro, C. Lahuec, F. Seguin and M. Jézéquel Design Essentials Design Rules Proposed - Transistor Level Setting VSB to 0 Design Rules Proposed - Circuit Level Fabrication Process LDPC Analogue Decoder Conclusions Choosing the Fabrication Process QUBiC4 CMOS Transistors’ Parameters Possibility of independent bulk-source connections. Maximal channel doping produces minimal spreading effect. Constant (units) NMOS PMOS γoo (-) 36.67E-3 18.11E-3 Cox (F) 5.75E-3 5.57E-3 mo (-) 374.60E-3 536.70E-3 Ns (cm−3 ), a > 1 X aX W /L IC = 0.03, IDSMAX = 1µA 67.7 62.5 fTmax,weak L = 0.4µm 4.78GHz 4.78GHz J. Pérez Chamorro, C. Lahuec, F. Seguin and M. Jézéquel Design Essentials Design Rules Proposed - Transistor Level Setting VSB to 0 Design Rules Proposed - Circuit Level Fabrication Process LDPC Analogue Decoder Conclusions Choosing the Fabrication Process QUBiC4 CMOS Transistors’ Parameters Possibility of independent bulk-source connections. Maximal channel doping produces minimal spreading effect. Constant (units) NMOS PMOS γoo (-) 36.67E-3 18.11E-3 Cox (F) 5.75E-3 5.57E-3 mo (-) 374.60E-3 536.70E-3 Ns (cm−3 ), a > 1 X aX W /L IC = 0.03, IDSMAX = 1µA 67.7 62.5 fTmax,weak L = 0.4µm 4.78GHz 4.78GHz J. Pérez Chamorro, C. Lahuec, F. Seguin and M. Jézéquel Design Essentials Design Rules Proposed - Transistor Level Setting VSB to 0 Design Rules Proposed - Circuit Level Fabrication Process LDPC Analogue Decoder Conclusions Choosing the Fabrication Process QUBiC4 CMOS Transistors’ Parameters Possibility of independent bulk-source connections. Maximal channel doping produces minimal spreading effect. Constant (units) NMOS PMOS γoo (-) 36.67E-3 18.11E-3 Cox (F) 5.75E-3 5.57E-3 mo (-) 374.60E-3 536.70E-3 Ns (cm−3 ), a > 1 X aX W /L IC = 0.03, IDSMAX = 1µA 67.7 62.5 fTmax,weak L = 0.4µm 4.78GHz 4.78GHz J. Pérez Chamorro, C. Lahuec, F. Seguin and M. Jézéquel Design Essentials Design Rules Proposed - Transistor Level Setting VSB to 0 Design Rules Proposed - Circuit Level Fabrication Process LDPC Analogue Decoder Conclusions The Transistors L = 0.4µm, WN = 27.1µm, WP = 25.0µm, fTmax = 4.78GHz -VGS_PMOS[V] 0.0 0.2 0.4 0.6 0.8 1.0 10-3 10-3 10-4 10-4 10-5 10-5 IDSMAX -6 10 10-6 IDS_NMOS[A] -IDS_PMOS[A] 10-7 NMOS, V_DS=0.1V 10-7 NMOS, V_DS=0.2V NMOS NMOS, V_DS=0.3V 10-8 NMOS, V_DS=0.4V 10-8 NMOS, V_DS=0.5V PMOS NMOS, V_DS=0.6V 10-9 PMOS, V_DS=-0.1V 10-9 PMOS, V_DS=-0.2V PMOS, V_DS=-0.3V 10-10 PMOS, V_DS=-0.4V 10-10 PMOS, V_DS=-0.5V PMOS, V_DS=-0.6V 10-11 10-11 10-12 10-12 0.0 0.2 0.4 0.6 0.8 1.0 VGS_NMOS[V] J. Pérez Chamorro, C. Lahuec, F. Seguin and M. Jézéquel Design Essentials Design Rules Proposed - Transistor Level Setting VSB to 0 Design Rules Proposed - Circuit Level Fabrication Process LDPC Analogue Decoder Conclusions A PMOS Topology Why? Half the NMOS’ γoo then Half variation on VT caused by DIBL. J. Pérez Chamorro, C. Lahuec, F. Seguin and M. Jézéquel Design Essentials Design Rules Proposed - Transistor Level Setting VSB to 0 Design Rules Proposed - Circuit Level Fabrication Process LDPC Analogue Decoder Conclusions A PMOS Topology Why? Half the NMOS’ γoo then Half variation on VT caused by DIBL. Maximum Channel doping then minimum spreading effect. J. Pérez Chamorro, C. Lahuec, F. Seguin and M. Jézéquel Design Essentials Design Rules Proposed - Transistor Level Setting VSB to 0 Design Rules Proposed - Circuit Level Fabrication Process LDPC Analogue Decoder Conclusions A PMOS Topology Why? Half the NMOS’ γoo then Half variation on VT caused by DIBL. Maximum Channel doping then minimum spreading effect. Independent bulk-source connections possible for all transistors so VSB = 0. J. Pérez Chamorro, C. Lahuec, F. Seguin and M. Jézéquel Design Essentials Design Rules Proposed - Transistor Level Setting VSB to 0 Design Rules Proposed - Circuit Level Fabrication Process LDPC Analogue Decoder Conclusions A PMOS Topology Why? Half the NMOS’ γoo then Half variation on VT caused by DIBL. Maximum Channel doping then minimum spreading effect. Independent bulk-source connections possible for all transistors so VSB = 0. Minimum expected error between Measurements and Simulations using the MM9. J. Pérez Chamorro, C. Lahuec, F. Seguin and M. Jézéquel Design Essentials Design Rules Proposed - Transistor Level Topology’s Choice: Current or Voltage Mode? Design Rules Proposed - Circuit Level Symmetry LDPC Analogue Decoder Fixing Voltages Conclusions Outline 1 Design Essentials Motivation Models for Circuit Simulation Substrate Bias (VSB ) and Other Parameters 2 Design Rules Proposed - Transistor Level Setting VSB to 0 Fabrication Process 3 Design Rules Proposed - Circuit Level Topology’s Choice: Current or Voltage Mode? Symmetry Fixing Voltages 4 LDPC Analogue Decoder Subthreshold MOS Gilbert-based Cells The Decoder J. Pérez Chamorro, C. Lahuec, F. Seguin and M. Jézéquel Design Essentials Design Rules Proposed - Transistor Level Topology’s Choice: Current or Voltage Mode? Design Rules Proposed - Circuit Level Symmetry LDPC Analogue Decoder Fixing Voltages Conclusions Current Mode - Existing Topologies J. Pérez Chamorro, C. Lahuec, F. Seguin and M. Jézéquel Design Essentials Design Rules Proposed - Transistor Level Topology’s Choice: Current or Voltage Mode? Design Rules Proposed - Circuit Level Symmetry LDPC Analogue Decoder Fixing Voltages Conclusions Current Mode - Existing Topologies Many domain changes required. J. Pérez Chamorro, C. Lahuec, F. Seguin and M. Jézéquel Design Essentials Design Rules Proposed - Transistor Level Topology’s Choice: Current or Voltage Mode? Design Rules Proposed - Circuit Level Symmetry LDPC Analogue Decoder Fixing Voltages Conclusions Current Mode - Existing Topologies Many domain changes required. Renormalisation is mandatory. J. Pérez Chamorro, C. Lahuec, F. Seguin and M. Jézéquel Design Essentials Design Rules Proposed - Transistor Level Topology’s Choice: Current or Voltage Mode? Design Rules Proposed - Circuit Level Symmetry LDPC Analogue Decoder Fixing Voltages Conclusions Current Mode - Existing Topologies Many domain changes required. Renormalisation is mandatory. Hard memory effect. J. Pérez Chamorro, C. Lahuec, F. Seguin and M. Jézéquel Design Essentials Design Rules Proposed - Transistor Level Topology’s Choice: Current or Voltage Mode? Design Rules Proposed - Circuit Level Symmetry LDPC Analogue Decoder Fixing Voltages Conclusions Current Mode - Existing Topologies Many domain changes required. Renormalisation is mandatory. Hard memory effect. Easy CMOS implementation. J. Pérez Chamorro, C. Lahuec, F. Seguin and M. Jézéquel Design Essentials Design Rules Proposed - Transistor Level Topology’s Choice: Current or Voltage Mode? Design Rules Proposed - Circuit Level Symmetry LDPC Analogue Decoder Fixing Voltages Conclusions Voltage Mode - Existing Topologies J. Pérez Chamorro, C. Lahuec, F. Seguin and M. Jézéquel Design Essentials Design Rules Proposed - Transistor Level Topology’s Choice: Current or Voltage Mode? Design Rules Proposed - Circuit Level Symmetry LDPC Analogue Decoder Fixing Voltages Conclusions Voltage Mode - Existing Topologies Bipolar generally. J. Pérez Chamorro, C. Lahuec, F. Seguin and M. Jézéquel Design Essentials Design Rules Proposed - Transistor Level Topology’s Choice: Current or Voltage Mode? Design Rules Proposed - Circuit Level Symmetry LDPC Analogue Decoder Fixing Voltages Conclusions Voltage Mode - Existing Topologies Bipolar generally. Inaccurate if only CMOS. J. Pérez Chamorro, C. Lahuec, F. Seguin and M. Jézéquel Design Essentials Design Rules Proposed - Transistor Level Topology’s Choice: Current or Voltage Mode? Design Rules Proposed - Circuit Level Symmetry LDPC Analogue Decoder Fixing Voltages Conclusions Voltage Mode - Existing Topologies Bipolar generally. Inaccurate if only CMOS. Subthreshold MOS transistors quite hard to control. J. Pérez Chamorro, C. Lahuec, F. Seguin and M. Jézéquel Design Essentials Design Rules Proposed - Transistor Level Topology’s Choice: Current or Voltage Mode? Design Rules Proposed - Circuit Level Symmetry LDPC Analogue Decoder Fixing Voltages Conclusions Voltage Mode - Existing Topologies Bipolar generally. Inaccurate if only CMOS. Subthreshold MOS transistors quite hard to control. No renormalisation needed. J. Pérez Chamorro, C. Lahuec, F. Seguin and M. Jézéquel Design Essentials Design Rules Proposed - Transistor Level Topology’s Choice: Current or Voltage Mode? Design Rules Proposed - Circuit Level Symmetry LDPC Analogue Decoder Fixing Voltages Conclusions Voltage Mode - Existing Topologies Bipolar generally. Inaccurate if only CMOS. Subthreshold MOS transistors quite hard to control. No renormalisation needed. Weaker memory effect. J. Pérez Chamorro, C. Lahuec, F. Seguin and M. Jézéquel Design Essentials Design Rules Proposed - Transistor Level Topology’s Choice: Current or Voltage Mode? Design Rules Proposed - Circuit Level Symmetry LDPC Analogue Decoder Fixing Voltages Conclusions Proposed Topology Voltage Mode. J. Pérez Chamorro, C. Lahuec, F. Seguin and M. Jézéquel Design Essentials Design Rules Proposed - Transistor Level Topology’s Choice: Current or Voltage Mode? Design Rules Proposed - Circuit Level Symmetry LDPC Analogue Decoder Fixing Voltages Conclusions Proposed Topology Voltage Mode. Subthreshold CMOS. J. Pérez Chamorro, C. Lahuec, F. Seguin and M. Jézéquel Design Essentials Design Rules Proposed - Transistor Level Topology’s Choice: Current or Voltage Mode? Design Rules Proposed - Circuit Level Symmetry LDPC Analogue Decoder Fixing Voltages Conclusions Proposed Topology Voltage Mode. Subthreshold CMOS. Low-voltage supply. J. Pérez Chamorro, C. Lahuec, F. Seguin and M. Jézéquel Design Essentials Design Rules Proposed - Transistor Level Topology’s Choice: Current or Voltage Mode? Design Rules Proposed - Circuit Level Symmetry LDPC Analogue Decoder Fixing Voltages Conclusions Proposed Topology Voltage Mode. Subthreshold CMOS. Low-voltage supply. Domain Changes kept at the minimum. J. Pérez Chamorro, C. Lahuec, F. Seguin and M. Jézéquel Design Essentials Design Rules Proposed - Transistor Level Topology’s Choice: Current or Voltage Mode? Design Rules Proposed - Circuit Level Symmetry LDPC Analogue Decoder Fixing Voltages Conclusions Proposed Topology Voltage Mode. Subthreshold CMOS. Low-voltage supply. Domain Changes kept at the minimum. No renormalisation - No convergence to 0. J. Pérez Chamorro, C. Lahuec, F. Seguin and M. Jézéquel Design Essentials Design Rules Proposed - Transistor Level Topology’s Choice: Current or Voltage Mode? Design Rules Proposed - Circuit Level Symmetry LDPC Analogue Decoder Fixing Voltages Conclusions Proposed Topology Voltage Mode. Subthreshold CMOS. Low-voltage supply. Domain Changes kept at the minimum. No renormalisation - No convergence to 0. Weak memory effect. J. Pérez Chamorro, C. Lahuec, F. Seguin and M. Jézéquel Design Essentials Design Rules Proposed - Transistor Level Topology’s Choice: Current or Voltage Mode? Design Rules Proposed - Circuit Level Symmetry LDPC Analogue Decoder Fixing Voltages Conclusions Proposed Topology Voltage Mode. Subthreshold CMOS. Low-voltage supply. Domain Changes kept at the minimum. No renormalisation - No convergence to 0. Weak memory effect. Accuracy. J. Pérez Chamorro, C. Lahuec, F. Seguin and M. Jézéquel Design Essentials Design Rules Proposed - Transistor Level Topology’s Choice: Current or Voltage Mode? Design Rules Proposed - Circuit Level Symmetry LDPC Analogue Decoder Fixing Voltages Conclusions Outline 1 Design Essentials Motivation Models for Circuit Simulation Substrate Bias (VSB ) and Other Parameters 2 Design Rules Proposed - Transistor Level Setting VSB to 0 Fabrication Process 3 Design Rules Proposed - Circuit Level Topology’s Choice: Current or Voltage Mode? Symmetry Fixing Voltages 4 LDPC Analogue Decoder Subthreshold MOS Gilbert-based Cells The Decoder J. Pérez Chamorro, C. Lahuec, F. Seguin and M. Jézéquel Design Essentials Design Rules Proposed - Transistor Level Topology’s Choice: Current or Voltage Mode? Design Rules Proposed - Circuit Level Symmetry LDPC Analogue Decoder Fixing Voltages Conclusions Dummy transistors for Dummy currents Keep the same quantity of transistors over the different paths of a circuit’s stage to keep similar VDS for all transistors. Then . . . VDS constrained by the topology. J. Pérez Chamorro, C. Lahuec, F. Seguin and M. Jézéquel Design Essentials Design Rules Proposed - Transistor Level Topology’s Choice: Current or Voltage Mode? Design Rules Proposed - Circuit Level Symmetry LDPC Analogue Decoder Fixing Voltages Conclusions Dummy transistors for Dummy currents Keep the same quantity of transistors over the different paths of a circuit’s stage to keep similar VDS for all transistors. Then . . . VDS constrained by the topology. J. Pérez Chamorro, C. Lahuec, F. Seguin and M. Jézéquel Design Essentials Design Rules Proposed - Transistor Level Topology’s Choice: Current or Voltage Mode? Design Rules Proposed - Circuit Level Symmetry LDPC Analogue Decoder Fixing Voltages Conclusions Dummy transistors for Dummy currents Keep the same quantity of transistors over the different paths of a circuit’s stage to keep similar VDS for all transistors. Then . . . VDS constrained by the topology. J. Pérez Chamorro, C. Lahuec, F. Seguin and M. Jézéquel Design Essentials Design Rules Proposed - Transistor Level Topology’s Choice: Current or Voltage Mode? Design Rules Proposed - Circuit Level Symmetry LDPC Analogue Decoder Fixing Voltages Conclusions Dummy transistors for Dummy currents Keep the same quantity of transistors over the different paths of a circuit’s stage to keep similar VDS for all transistors. Then . . . VDS constrained by the topology. J. Pérez Chamorro, C. Lahuec, F. Seguin and M. Jézéquel Design Essentials Design Rules Proposed - Transistor Level Topology’s Choice: Current or Voltage Mode? Design Rules Proposed - Circuit Level Symmetry LDPC Analogue Decoder Fixing Voltages Conclusions Outline 1 Design Essentials Motivation Models for Circuit Simulation Substrate Bias (VSB ) and Other Parameters 2 Design Rules Proposed - Transistor Level Setting VSB to 0 Fabrication Process 3 Design Rules Proposed - Circuit Level Topology’s Choice: Current or Voltage Mode? Symmetry Fixing Voltages 4 LDPC Analogue Decoder Subthreshold MOS Gilbert-based Cells The Decoder J. Pérez Chamorro, C. Lahuec, F. Seguin and M. Jézéquel Design Essentials Design Rules Proposed - Transistor Level Topology’s Choice: Current or Voltage Mode? Design Rules Proposed - Circuit Level Symmetry LDPC Analogue Decoder Fixing Voltages Conclusions Fixing Voltages How to do it? According to Vittoz [5], the supply voltage required by a subth. MOS should be greater than 4φT or 10φT , for a digital or an analogue application respectively. Then . . . ∼ VCCMIN =(10A + 4B )φT (10) ∼ V − 4B φT + j4φT VBIASi =i CC (11) A J. Pérez Chamorro, C. Lahuec, F. Seguin and M. Jézéquel Design Essentials Design Rules Proposed - Transistor Level Topology’s Choice: Current or Voltage Mode? Design Rules Proposed - Circuit Level Symmetry LDPC Analogue Decoder Fixing Voltages Conclusions Fixing Voltages How to do it? According to Vittoz [5], the supply voltage required by a subth. MOS should be greater than 4φT or 10φT , for a digital or an analogue application respectively. Then . . . ∼ VCCMIN =(10A + 4B )φT (10) ∼ V − 4B φT + j4φT VBIASi =i CC (11) A J. Pérez Chamorro, C. Lahuec, F. Seguin and M. Jézéquel Design Essentials Design Rules Proposed - Transistor Level Topology’s Choice: Current or Voltage Mode? Design Rules Proposed - Circuit Level Symmetry LDPC Analogue Decoder Fixing Voltages Conclusions Fixing Voltages How to do it? According to Vittoz [5], the supply voltage required by a subth. MOS should be greater than 4φT or 10φT , for a digital or an analogue application respectively. Then . . . ∼ VCCMIN =(10A + 4B )φT (10) ∼ V − 4B φT + j4φT VBIASi =i CC (11) A J. Pérez Chamorro, C. Lahuec, F. Seguin and M. Jézéquel Design Essentials Design Rules Proposed - Transistor Level Topology’s Choice: Current or Voltage Mode? Design Rules Proposed - Circuit Level Symmetry LDPC Analogue Decoder Fixing Voltages Conclusions Fixing Voltages How to do it? According to Vittoz [5], the supply voltage required by a subth. MOS should be greater than 4φT or 10φT , for a digital or an analogue application respectively. Then . . . ∼ VCCMIN =(10A + 4B )φT (10) ∼ V − 4B φT + j4φT VBIASi =i CC (11) A J. Pérez Chamorro, C. Lahuec, F. Seguin and M. Jézéquel Design Essentials Design Rules Proposed - Transistor Level Subthreshold MOS Gilbert-based Cells Design Rules Proposed - Circuit Level The Decoder LDPC Analogue Decoder Conclusions Outline 1 Design Essentials Motivation Models for Circuit Simulation Substrate Bias (VSB ) and Other Parameters 2 Design Rules Proposed - Transistor Level Setting VSB to 0 Fabrication Process 3 Design Rules Proposed - Circuit Level Topology’s Choice: Current or Voltage Mode? Symmetry Fixing Voltages 4 LDPC Analogue Decoder Subthreshold MOS Gilbert-based Cells The Decoder J. Pérez Chamorro, C. Lahuec, F. Seguin and M. Jézéquel Design Essentials Design Rules Proposed - Transistor Level Subthreshold MOS Gilbert-based Cells Design Rules Proposed - Circuit Level The Decoder LDPC Analogue Decoder Conclusions Equality Node Schematic J. Pérez Chamorro, C. Lahuec, F. Seguin and M. Jézéquel Design Essentials Design Rules Proposed - Transistor Level Subthreshold MOS Gilbert-based Cells Design Rules Proposed - Circuit Level The Decoder LDPC Analogue Decoder Conclusions Equality Node Performance 4.5 3.5 2.5 1.5 PIN(1)=0.93 log(POUT(0)/POUT(1)) PIN(1)=0.01 0.5 PIN(1)=0.50 PIN(1)=0.07 -0.5 PIN(1)=0.99 -1.5 -2.5 Expected -3.5 Post-layout Simulation -4.5 -2.2 -1.8 -1.4 -1.0 -0.6 -0.2 0.2 0.6 1.0 1.4 1.8 2.2 log(PVARYING_INPUT(0)/PVARYING_INPUT(1)) J. Pérez Chamorro, C. Lahuec, F. Seguin and M. Jézéquel Design Essentials Design Rules Proposed - Transistor Level Subthreshold MOS Gilbert-based Cells Design Rules Proposed - Circuit Level The Decoder LDPC Analogue Decoder Conclusions Parity-Check Node Schematic J. Pérez Chamorro, C. Lahuec, F. Seguin and M. Jézéquel Design Essentials Design Rules Proposed - Transistor Level Subthreshold MOS Gilbert-based Cells Design Rules Proposed - Circuit Level The Decoder LDPC Analogue Decoder Conclusions Parity-Check Node Performance 2.0 PIN(1)=0.01 1.6 1.2 0.8 PIN(1)=0.93 log(POUT(0)/POUT(1)) 0.4 PIN(1)=0.50 0.0 -0.4 PIN(1)=0.07 -0.8 -1.2 Expected -1.6 PIN(1)=0.99 Post-layout Simulation -2.0 -2.2 -1.8 -1.4 -1.0 -0.6 -0.2 0.2 0.6 1.0 1.4 1.8 2.2 log(PVARYING_INPUT(0)/PVARYING_INPUT(1)) J. Pérez Chamorro, C. Lahuec, F. Seguin and M. Jézéquel Design Essentials Design Rules Proposed - Transistor Level Subthreshold MOS Gilbert-based Cells Design Rules Proposed - Circuit Level The Decoder LDPC Analogue Decoder Conclusions Outline 1 Design Essentials Motivation Models for Circuit Simulation Substrate Bias (VSB ) and Other Parameters 2 Design Rules Proposed - Transistor Level Setting VSB to 0 Fabrication Process 3 Design Rules Proposed - Circuit Level Topology’s Choice: Current or Voltage Mode? Symmetry Fixing Voltages 4 LDPC Analogue Decoder Subthreshold MOS Gilbert-based Cells The Decoder J. Pérez Chamorro, C. Lahuec, F. Seguin and M. Jézéquel Design Essentials Design Rules Proposed - Transistor Level Subthreshold MOS Gilbert-based Cells Design Rules Proposed - Circuit Level The Decoder LDPC Analogue Decoder Conclusions (3,6) LDPC Decoder. Tanner Graph A. Snoeren, “On the practicality of Low-Density Parity-Check codes,” MIT Lab for Computer Science, pp. 1–14, June 2001. J. Pérez Chamorro, C. Lahuec, F. Seguin and M. Jézéquel Design Essentials Design Rules Proposed - Transistor Level Subthreshold MOS Gilbert-based Cells Design Rules Proposed - Circuit Level The Decoder LDPC Analogue Decoder Conclusions (3,6) LDPC Decoder. Convergence to a New Codeword, SNR=3dB, Input [1. . . 10]: 1011001001 1.0 0.9 0.8 Bit1 0.7 Bit2 Bit3 Bit4 P(Bit i=1) 0.6 Bit5 Bit6 0.5 Bit7 Bit8 Bit9 0.4 Bit10 0.3 0.2 0.1 0.0 50 51 52 53 54 55 56 Time (us) J. Pérez Chamorro, C. Lahuec, F. Seguin and M. Jézéquel Design Essentials Design Rules Proposed - Transistor Level Subthreshold MOS Gilbert-based Cells Design Rules Proposed - Circuit Level The Decoder LDPC Analogue Decoder Conclusions (3,6) LDPC Decoder. Convergence to a New Codeword, SNR=3dB, Input [1. . . 10]: 1011001001 1.0 0.9 0.8 Bit1 0.7 Bit2 Bit3 Bit4 P(Bit i=1) 0.6 Bit5 Bit6 0.5 Bit7 Bit8 Bit9 0.4 Bit10 0.3 0.2 0.1 0.0 50 51 52 53 54 55 56 Time (us) J. Pérez Chamorro, C. Lahuec, F. Seguin and M. Jézéquel Design Essentials Design Rules Proposed - Transistor Level Design Rules Proposed - Circuit Level LDPC Analogue Decoder Conclusions Conclusions and Outlook The essentials for properly controlling subthreshold MOS circuits were described. A simple and accurate CMOS-only voltage-mode circuit solution was provided for analogue decoders using the Sum-Product algorithm. The proposed rules were shown to work properly. As they are physics-based, they are expected to be easily adapted for any subthreshold MOS circuit. An LDPC decoder was successfully simulated, but . . . a chip is yet needed as proof of concept. J. Pérez Chamorro, C. Lahuec, F. Seguin and M. Jézéquel Design Essentials Design Rules Proposed - Transistor Level Design Rules Proposed - Circuit Level LDPC Analogue Decoder Conclusions Conclusions and Outlook The essentials for properly controlling subthreshold MOS circuits were described. A simple and accurate CMOS-only voltage-mode circuit solution was provided for analogue decoders using the Sum-Product algorithm. The proposed rules were shown to work properly. As they are physics-based, they are expected to be easily adapted for any subthreshold MOS circuit. An LDPC decoder was successfully simulated, but . . . a chip is yet needed as proof of concept. J. Pérez Chamorro, C. Lahuec, F. Seguin and M. Jézéquel Design Essentials Design Rules Proposed - Transistor Level Design Rules Proposed - Circuit Level LDPC Analogue Decoder Conclusions Conclusions and Outlook The essentials for properly controlling subthreshold MOS circuits were described. A simple and accurate CMOS-only voltage-mode circuit solution was provided for analogue decoders using the Sum-Product algorithm. The proposed rules were shown to work properly. As they are physics-based, they are expected to be easily adapted for any subthreshold MOS circuit. An LDPC decoder was successfully simulated, but . . . a chip is yet needed as proof of concept. J. Pérez Chamorro, C. Lahuec, F. Seguin and M. Jézéquel Design Essentials Design Rules Proposed - Transistor Level Design Rules Proposed - Circuit Level LDPC Analogue Decoder Conclusions Conclusions and Outlook The essentials for properly controlling subthreshold MOS circuits were described. A simple and accurate CMOS-only voltage-mode circuit solution was provided for analogue decoders using the Sum-Product algorithm. The proposed rules were shown to work properly. As they are physics-based, they are expected to be easily adapted for any subthreshold MOS circuit. An LDPC decoder was successfully simulated, but . . . a chip is yet needed as proof of concept. J. Pérez Chamorro, C. Lahuec, F. Seguin and M. Jézéquel Design Essentials Design Rules Proposed - Transistor Level Design Rules Proposed - Circuit Level LDPC Analogue Decoder Conclusions Conclusions and Outlook The essentials for properly controlling subthreshold MOS circuits were described. A simple and accurate CMOS-only voltage-mode circuit solution was provided for analogue decoders using the Sum-Product algorithm. The proposed rules were shown to work properly. As they are physics-based, they are expected to be easily adapted for any subthreshold MOS circuit. An LDPC decoder was successfully simulated, but . . . a chip is yet needed as proof of concept. J. Pérez Chamorro, C. Lahuec, F. Seguin and M. Jézéquel Design Essentials Design Rules Proposed - Transistor Level Design Rules Proposed - Circuit Level LDPC Analogue Decoder Conclusions Thanks for your attention. Do you have any questions? J. Pérez Chamorro, C. Lahuec, F. Seguin and M. Jézéquel For Further Reading MOS Differential Pair AUX Fixing Voltages AUX For Further Reading I (2005, July) Bsim3 homepage. The Device Group Department of EECS UC Berkeley. [Online]. Available: http://www-device.eecs.berkeley.edu/$\sim$bsim3/ D. K. R. Velghe and F. Klaassen, “Compact MOS modeling for analogue circuit simulation,” velghe_mm9_iedm1993.pdf, Philips Research, Tech. Rep. IEDM Techn. Digest, 1993. [Online]. Available: http://www.semiconductors.philips.com/Philips_Models/mos_ models/model9/ J. Pérez Chamorro, C. Lahuec, F. Seguin and M. Jézéquel For Further Reading MOS Differential Pair AUX Fixing Voltages AUX For Further Reading II K. M. S. Healey and D. Klaassen, “Comparison of BSIM3v3 and MOS MODEL 9,” ur027_97.ps, Philips Research, Tech. Rep. Nat. Lab. Unclassiﬁed Report 002/97, 1997. [Online]. Available: http://www.semiconductors.philips.com/Philips_ Models/mos_models/model9/ MOS Model, level 903, m903.pdf, Philips Semiconductors, Oct. 2004. [Online]. Available: http://www.semiconductors. philips.com/Philips_Models/mos_models/model9/ E. Vittoz, “Weak inversion in analog and digital circuits,” in Competence Center for Circuit Design Workshop 2003, Oct. 2003. J. Pérez Chamorro, C. Lahuec, F. Seguin and M. Jézéquel For Further Reading MOS Differential Pair AUX Fixing Voltages AUX Inputs and Outputs MOS Differential Pair - Subthreshold Region Log-Likelihood Ratio P (uk = 1) L(uk ) = ln (12) P (uk = 0) Designing with the proposed rules guarantees: ∼ IDS1 Vuk = (1 + mo )φT ln (13) IDS0 J. Pérez Chamorro, C. Lahuec, F. Seguin and M. Jézéquel For Further Reading MOS Differential Pair AUX Fixing Voltages AUX Fixing Voltages How to do it? According to Vittoz [5], the supply voltage required by a subth. MOS should be greater than 4φT or 10φT , for a digital or an analogue application respectively. Then . . . ∼ VCCMIN =(10A + 4B )φT (14) ∼ V − 4B φT + j4φT VBIASi =i CC (15) A J. Pérez Chamorro, C. Lahuec, F. Seguin and M. Jézéquel For Further Reading MOS Differential Pair AUX Fixing Voltages AUX Fixing Voltages How to do it? According to Vittoz [5], the supply voltage required by a subth. MOS should be greater than 4φT or 10φT , for a digital or an analogue application respectively. Then . . . ∼ VCCMIN =(10A + 4B )φT (14) ∼ V − 4B φT + j4φT VBIASi =i CC (15) A J. Pérez Chamorro, C. Lahuec, F. Seguin and M. Jézéquel

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