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Title: Ultra low power techniques for implantable electronics
Authors: Sharma, Anjali
Keywords: Ultra low
power techniques
implantable electronics
Issue Date: 26-Jul-2019
Publisher: Chitkara University
Abstract: Area and power efficient CMOS digital integrated circuits are required for the competent design of modern portable and bio-inspired electronics. To accomplish this requirement of current technological world, these devices arefabricated on the nano scale technologies. Adequate functionally and realization of digital devices are required with area and power efficiency in various biomedical electronic systems.To fulfill this need, studyof various considerations for power efficient VLSI design, its implementation and formulation of new efficient technique has becomesignificant in continuous development of nano electronics.
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