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B. H. Calhoun and Chandrakasan, A., Standby Power Reduction Using Dynamic Voltage Scaling and Flip-Flop Structures, IEEE Journal of Solid-State Circuits (JSSC), vol. 39, pp. 1504-1511, 2004.
A. Dissanayake, Bowers, S. M., and Calhoun, B. H., Stacked Transconductance Boosting for Ultra-Low Power 2.4GHz RF Front-End Design, in 2021 IEEE International Symposium on Circuits and Systems (ISCAS), 2021.
J. Qi, Wang, J., Calhoun, B. H., and Stan, M., SRAM-Based NBTI/PBTI Sensor System Design, in Design Automation Conference (DAC), San Diego, CA, 2010, pp. 849-852.
P. Beshay, Bolus, J., Blalock, T., Chandra, V., and Calhoun, B. H., SRAM Sense Amplifier Offset Cancellation Using BTI Stress, in Subthreshold Microelectronics Conference, 2012.
H. N. Patel, Mann, R. W., and Calhoun, B. H., Soft Errors: Reliability Challenges in Energy-Constrained ULP Body Sensor Networks Applications, in 23rd IEEE International Symposium on On-Line Testing and Robust System Design, Thessaloniki, Greece, 2017.
D. S. Truesdell and Calhoun, B. H., A Single-Supply 6-Transistor Voltage Level Converter Design Reaching 8.18-fJ/Transition at 0.3-1.2-V Range or 44-fW Leakage at 0.8-2.5-V Range, IEEE Solid-State Circuits Letters (SSCL), 2020.PDF icon A Single-Supply 6-Transistor Voltage Level Converter Design Reaching 8.18-fJ_Transition at 0.3-1.2-V Range or 44-fW Leakage at 0.8-2.5-V Range.pdf (1.06 MB)
S. Khanna and Calhoun, B. H., Serial Sub-threshold Circuits for Ultra-Low-Power Systems, in International Symposium on Low Power Electronics and Design, 2009.
X. Liu, Truesdell, D. S., Faruqe, O., Parameswaran, L., Rickley, M., Kopanski, A., Cantley, L., Coon, A., Bernasconi, M., Wang, T., and Calhoun, B. H., A Self-Powered SoC with Distributed Cooperative Energy Harvesting and Multi-Chip Power Management for System-in-Fiber, in 2023 IEEE International Solid-State Circuits Conference (ISSCC), In Press.
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K. Craig, Shakhsheer, Y., Khanna, S., Arrabi, S., Lach, J., Calhoun, B. H., and Kosonocky, S., A Programmable Resistive Power Grid for Post-Fabrication Flexibility and Energy Tradeoffs, in International Symposium on Low Power Electronics and Design, 2012.
A. Klinefelter, Zhang, Y., Otis, B., and Calhoun, B. H., A Programmable 34 nW/Channel Sub-Threshold Signal Band Power Extractor on a Body Sensor Node SoC, Circuits and Systems II: Express Briefs, IEEE Transactions on, vol. 59, p. 941, 2012.
L. Di, Putic, M., Lach, J., and Calhoun, B. H., Power Switch Characterization for Fine-Grained Dynamic Voltage Scaling, in International Conference on Computer Design, pages 605-611, 2008.
B. H. Calhoun, ,, and Chandrakasan, A., Power Gating and Dynamic Voltage Scaling, in Leakage in Nanometer Technologies, S. Narendra and Chandrakasan, A., Eds. Springer, 2006, pp. 41-75.
S. Li, Roy, A., and Calhoun, B. H., A Piezoelectric Energy-Harvesting System with Parallel-SSHI Rectifier and Integrated MPPT Achieving 417% Energy-Extraction Improvement and 97% Tracking Efficiency, in 2019 Symposium on VLSI Circuits, Kyoto, Japan, 2019.
S. Li, Roy, A., and Calhoun, B. H., A Piezoelectric Energy-Harvesting System with Parallel-SSHI Rectifier and Integrated Maximum-Power-Point Tracking, IEEE Solid-State Circuits Letters (SSCL), Special Issue on VLSI (invited paper), 2019.
M. Putic, Di, L., Calhoun, B. H., and Lach, andJohn, Panoptic DVS: A Fine-Grained Dynamic Voltage Scaling Framework for Energy Scalable CMOS Design, in International Conference on Computer Design (ICCD), 2009, pp. 491-497.

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