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A 65 nm Low-Power Adaptive-Coupling Redundant Flip-Flop
2013 / IEEE
This item from - IEEE Transaction - Nuclear Engineering - We propose a low-power redundant flip-flop to be operated with high reliability over 1 GHz clock frequency based on the low-power (ACFF) and the highly-reliable (BCDMR) flip-flops. Its power dissipation is almost equivalent to the transmission-gate FF at 10% data activity while paying 3 x area penalty. Experiments by α-particle and neutron irradiation reveal its highly-reliable operations with no error at 1.2 V and 1 GHz. We measured five different process corner chips by α irradiation. Soft error rates are almost equivalent in these corner chips.
Semiconductor Device Measurement
65 Nm Bulk Cmos
Adaptive-coupled Flip-flop (acff)
Bi-stable Cross-coupled Dual Modular Redundancy (bcdmr)
Built-in Soft-error Resilience (biser)
Multiple Cell Upset (mcu)