Abstract

We propose a self-tunable pseudo-CMOS cell library to address the key challenges of circuit design for flexible electronics. This cell library provides the building blocks for designing complex circuits which are able to operate at a low supply voltage. The circuit reliability is greatly improved by incorporating the post-fabrication tunability into the cells to compensate for the device degradation (e.g., $\Delta V_{\rm TH}$). Logic gates, such as latches and flip-flops, and larger building blocks, such as shift-registers are, developed to demonstrate the key features and feasibility of this proposed cell library.

© 2009 IEEE

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