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how to reduce gidl leakage and popcorn noise
Feb 04th, 2018, 12:50pm
 
Hi,

   Recently I start to consider the gidl leakage current and popcorn noise when I use the bulk CMOS technology below 65nm.
   It looks I cannot do anything to reduce the gidl leakage, but be careful about the Vgs voltage. Does anybody know how to reduce the gidl leakage in the circuit design.
   About the popcorn noise, normally I don't pay attention to this noise. But it has the similar characteristics as the 1/f noise. Can anybody comment on it, how to reduce it?
   Thank you.
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Reply #1 - Feb 9th, 2018, 5:49am
 
after I talk to some experienced designer, i think we have to accept this popcorn noise, we don't have any good solution to solve it since it is not predicted either. Any comments?
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Reply #2 - Feb 9th, 2018, 5:50am
 
About the gidl, if we have some good solutions (like switching solution) to reduce it?
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