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g-gammie
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re: Update: MIT, TI tip 28-nm app processor
g-gammie   2/23/2011 12:27:36 AM
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Thank you for the article, Mark, and for taking the time to connect about everything. We certainly appreciate it! TingLu, to answer your question about video scaling: The static or leakage power scales approximately 13X from 1.0V down to 0.5V. – Gordon (TI)

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re: Update: MIT, TI tip 28-nm app processor
TingLu   2/21/2011 6:39:05 PM
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Video scaling is old but down to half of nominal voltage is very interesting. What is static power difference between in 1.0v and 0.5v?

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re: Update: MIT, TI tip 28-nm app processor
eewiz   2/21/2011 6:47:32 AM
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Processors running in subthreshold region is not a new thing. Many IEEE JSSC and TCAS-I papers already has similar implementations. Probably in 28nm it is a first attempt.

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re: Update: MIT, TI tip 28-nm app processor
daleste   2/21/2011 2:15:30 AM
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Its good to see that TI is still pursuing new products in DSP on not just focused on analog.



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