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Lei He: Low-power FPGA circuits and methods. The Regents of the University of California, John P O Banion, May 11, 2010: US07714610 (29 worldwide citation)

Field Programmable Logic Arrays (FPGAs) are described which utilize multiple power supply voltages to reduce both dynamic power and leakage power without sacrificing speed or substantially increasing device area. Power reduction mechanisms are described for numerous portions of the FPGA, including l ...


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Lei He: Low-power FPGA circuits and methods. The Regents of the University of California, John P O Banion, November 26, 2013: US08595671 (13 worldwide citation)

Field Programmable Logic Arrays (FPGAs) are described which utilize multiple power supply voltages to reduce both dynamic power and leakage power without sacrificing speed or substantially increasing device area. Power reduction mechanisms are described for numerous portions of the FPGA, including l ...


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He Lei: Low-power fpga circuits and methods. The Regents Of The University Of California, He Lei, O BANION John P, December 15, 2005: WO/2005/119532 (1 worldwide citation)

Field Programmable Logic Arrays (FPGAs) are described which utilize multiple power supply voltages to reduce both dynamic power and leakage power without sacrificing speed or substantially increasing device area. Power reduction mechanisms are described for numerous portions of the FPGA, including l ...


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Lei He: Low-power fpga circuits and methods. The Regents Of The University Of California, John P O Banion, O Banion & Ritchey, July 19, 2007: US20070164785-A1

Field Programmable Logic Arrays (FPGAs) are described which utilize multiple power supply voltages to reduce both dynamic power and leakage power without sacrificing speed or substantially increasing device area. Power reduction mechanisms are described for numerous portions of the FPGA, including l ...


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Lei He: Low-power fpga circuits and methods. The Regents Of The University Of California, John P O Banion, O Banion & Ritchey, November 4, 2010: US20100281448-A1

Field Programmable Logic Arrays (FPGAs) are described which utilize multiple power supply voltages to reduce both dynamic power and leakage power without sacrificing speed or substantially increasing device area. Power reduction mechanisms are described for numerous portions of the FPGA, including l ...