BTG recovers energy from CMOS

BTG recovers energy from CMOS
Richard Ball Low power CMOS circuits using a technique known as ‘energy recovery’ are to be commercialised by BTG. The technology, developed at the University of Southern California, can reduce CMOS power consumption by 80 per cent. With energy recovery, power that would normally be dissipated as heat is stored for reuse later. Circuits such as drivers, voltage converters and clock trees benefit most from the technique.


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