Performance Analysis of Analog to Digital Converter with Augmented Voltage Swing Boost Logic cum Schmitt Trigger MOS Switches Configuration
Prateek Jain and Shyam Akashe
This paper represents a competent Analog to Digital converter with augmented Voltage Swing Boost Logic (VSBL) cum Schmitt Trigger MOS switches configuration. The recently designed VSBL circuit is utilized at the output of the circuit to endow with maximum voltage swing i.e. boosted output voltage from –ve peak to +ve peak vice versa. This boosted voltage swing may be utilized as stabilized supply for distinct purposes. In this way to utilize this augmented circuit, the desired supply is conditioned but leakage power dissipation parameter is not impressive as expected. To improve leakage power dissipation parameter with controlled supply, a lately VSBL cum Schmitt Trigger MOS switches configuration is introduced. This will detract the unwanted leakage power dissipation of the circuit. This functionality exposes the unique performance of the circuit. The entire simulation is carried out at 45 nm (nanometer) technology. It is concluded that the leakage power dissipation is detracted up to 75% approximately and delay performance i.e. speed is improved slightly using Voltage Swing Boost Logic (VSBL) cum Schmitt Trigger MOS switches configuration. In this paper distinct following designs with Analog to Digital converter are represented.
Keywords: Voltage Swing Boost Logic (VSBL), leakage power minimization, MOS based low power circuit, and Inverse Schmitt Trigger MOS switches.