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Relation between leakage current and timing

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aditya1579

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Hi,

Is there a relation between leakage current and timing ?

Thanks,
Aditya
 

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Well, Could you please elaborate your question a bit so that better help could be provided?
 

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If you mean a relation between leakage and propagation delay,
they both pivot about VT (leakage, by subthreshold slope,
10^(-VT); delay by IDsat, k'W/L(V-VT)^2. Higher absolute
VT lowers leakage and increases prop delay.

Tox also plays similarly, but more linearly.
 

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