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IEEE SSC-L
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A 225 μm2 probe single-point calibration digital temperature sensor using body-bias adjustment in 28 nm FD-SOI CMOS

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Abstract

An embedded digital temperature sensor based on a single-ended probe is implemented in a 28 nm fully depleted siliconon-insulator process. The nMOS-only ring-oscillator probe uses singlepoint calibration based on body-bias tuning of its well for process compensation. Nonlinearity compensation is implemented on-chip in custom digital logic, resulting in an area-efficient (225 μm2 per probe, 11 482 μm2 for the full system) sensor while achieving -1.4 °C/ +1.3 °C accuracy using 2.0 nJ/sample and maintaining functionality over a 0.62-1.2 V range, making it suitable for temperature monitoring in digital systems-on-chip.

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01 Jan 2018

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IEEE SSC-L

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