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分類 論文誌
著者名 (author) K. Shinkai,M. Hashimoto,T. Onoye
英文著者名 (author)
キー (key) Ken-ichi(Kenichi) Shinkai, Masanori Hashimoto, Takao Onoye
表題 (title) Prediction of Self-Heating in Short Intra-Block Wires
表題 (英文)
定期刊行物名 (journal) IEICE Trans. Fundamentals of Electronics, Communications and Computer Sciences
定期刊行物名 (英文)
巻数 (volume) E93-A
号数 (number) 3
ページ範囲 (pages) 583-594
刊行月 (month) March
出版年 (year) 2010
付加情報 (note)
注釈 (annote)
内容梗概 (abstract) This paper investigates whether the self-heating effect in short intra-block wires will become apparent with technology scaling.
These wires seem to have good thermal radiation characteristics,
but we validate that the self-heating effect in local signal wires will be greater than that in optimal repeater-inserted global wires.
Our numerical experiment shows that the maximum temperature increase from the silicon junction temperature will reach 40.4C in a steady state at a 14-nm process.
Our attribution analysis also demonstrates that miniaturizing the area of wire cross-section
exacerbates self-heating as well as using low-k material and increased power dissipation in advanced technologies below 28 nm.
It is revealed that the impact of self-heating on performance in local wires is limited,
while underestimating the temperature may cause an unexpected reliability failure.

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[0-90]  K. Shinkai, M. Hashimoto, and T. Onoye, ``Prediction of Self-Heating in Short Intra-Block Wires,'' IEICE Trans. Fundamentals of Electronics, Communications and Computer Sciences, vol. E93-A, no. 3, pp. 583-594, March 2010.

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