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Digital circuits operated in the sub-threshold region (supply voltage less than the transistor threshold voltage) can have orders of magnitude power advantage over standard CMOS circuits for applications requiring ultra-low power and medium frequency of operation. It is possible to implement sub-threshold logic circuits using the standard transistors that are designed primarily for ultra high performance super-threshold logic design. However, a Si MOSFET so optimized for performance in thedoi:10.1145/1013235.1013266 dblp:conf/islped/PaulRR04 fatcat:swtbpbj6vbeujlvzo7qyucbfby