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High-performance, low-cost, and highly reliable radiation hardened latch design

High-performance, low-cost, and highly reliable radiation hardened latch design

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Technology scaling results in that, soft errors, due to radiation-induced single event double-upset (SEDU) that affects double nodes through charge sharing, become a prominent concern in nanoscale CMOS technology. Existing hardened schemes suffer from being not fully SEDU-immune, or perform with too large cost penalties regarding propagation delay, silicon area, and power dissipation. A novel high-performance, low-cost, and fully SEDU-immune latch, referred to as HSMUF, is presented to tolerate SEDU when any arbitrary combination pair of nodes is affected by a particle striking. The latch mainly consists of a clock gating-based triple path DICE and a multiple-input Muller C-element. Simulation results demonstrate the SEDU-immunity and a 99.73% area–power–delay product saving for the HSMUF latch, compared with the SEDU fully immune DNCS-SEUT latch.

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