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N. Gilbert, Zhang, Y., Dinh, J., Calhoun, B., and Hollmer, S., A 0.6V 8 pJ/write Non-Volatile CBRAM Macro Embedded in a Body Sensor Node for Ultra Low Energy Applications, in Symposium on VLSI Circuits, 2013.
R. Agarwala, Wang, P., Bishop, H. L., Dissanayake, A., and Calhoun, B. H., A 0.6V 785-nW Multimodal Sensor Interface IC for Ozone Pollutant Sensing and Correlated Cardiovascular Disease Monitoring, IEEE Journal of Solid-State Circuits, 2021.
D. S. Truesdell, Dissanayake, A., and Calhoun, B. H., A 0.6-V 44.6-fJ/Cycle Energy-Optimized Frequency-Locked Loop in 65-nm CMOS With 20.3-ppm/°C Stability, IEEE Solid-State Circuits Letters (SSCL), 2019.PDF icon A 0.6-V 44.6-fJ Cycle Energy-Optimized Frequency-Locked Loop in 65-nm CMOS With 20.3-ppm C Stability.pdf (1.64 MB)
D. S. Truesdell, Li, S., and Calhoun, B. H., A 0.5V 560kHz 18.8fJ/Cycle Ultra-Low Energy Oscillator in 65nm CMOS with 96.1ppm/°C Stability Using a Duty-Cycled Digital Frequency-Locked Loop, in 2020 IEEE Symposium on VLSI Circuits (VLSI), 2020.PDF icon A 0.5V 560kHz 18.8fJ_Cycle Ultra-Low Energy Oscillator in 65nm CMOS with 96.1ppm_C Stability Using a Duty-Cycled Frequency-Locked Loop.pdf (2.67 MB)
D. S. Truesdell, Li, S., and Calhoun, B. H., A 0.5V 560-kHz 18.8-fJ/Cycle On-Chip Oscillator with 96.1-ppm/°C Steady-State Stability Using a Duty-Cycled Digital Frequency-Locked Loop, IEEE Journal of Solid-State Circuits, 2021.PDF icon A 0.5-V 560-kHz 18.8-fJ_Cycle On-Chip Oscillator With 96.1ppm_C Steady-State Stability Using a Duty-Cycled Digital Frequency-Locked Loop.pdf (2.95 MB)
A. Kosari, Breiholz, J., Liu, N. X., Calhoun, B. H., and Wentzloff, D. D., A 0.5 V 68 nW ECG Monitoring Analog Front-End for Arrhythmia Diagnosis, Journal of Low Power Electronics and Applications (JLPEA), 2018.
C. J. Lukas and Calhoun, B. H., A 0.38 pJ/bit 1.24 nW Chip-to-Chip Serial Link for Ultra-Low Power Systems, in International Symposium on Circuits and Systems (ISCAS), Lisbon, 2015.
A. D. Kamakshi, Shrivastava, A., and Calhoun, B. H., A 0.2 V, 23 nW CMOS Temperature Sensor for Ultra-Low-Power IoT Applications, J. Low Power Electron. Appl. (JLPEA), vol. 6, 2016.

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