## Power Density after Voltage Scaling VLSI Solution

STEP 0: Pre-Calculation Summary
Formula Used
Power Density after Voltage Scaling = Power Density MOSFET*(Scaling Factor)^3
PD' = PD*(Sf)^3
This formula uses 3 Variables
Variables Used
Power Density after Voltage Scaling - Power Density after Voltage Scaling is defined as a measure of power output per unit Area. It quantifies power distribution within a given space when MOSFET is scaled down by voltage scaling method.
Power Density MOSFET - Power Density MOSFET is defined as a measure of power output per unit Area. It quantifies how much power is distributed within a given space.
Scaling Factor - Scaling factor is defined as the ratio by which the dimensions of the transistor are changed during the design process.
STEP 1: Convert Input(s) to Base Unit
Power Density MOSFET: 20 --> No Conversion Required
Scaling Factor: 1.5 --> No Conversion Required
STEP 2: Evaluate Formula
Substituting Input Values in Formula
PD' = PD*(Sf)^3 --> 20*(1.5)^3
Evaluating ... ...
PD' = 67.5
STEP 3: Convert Result to Output's Unit
67.5 --> No Conversion Required
67.5 <-- Power Density after Voltage Scaling
(Calculation completed in 00.004 seconds)
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## Power Density after Voltage Scaling VLSI Formula

Power Density after Voltage Scaling = Power Density MOSFET*(Scaling Factor)^3
PD' = PD*(Sf)^3

## What are the impacts of constant-voltage scaling?

Constant-voltage scaling increases the drain current density and the power density by a factor of S3. This large increase in current and power densities may eventually cause serious reliability problems for the scaled transistor, such as electromigration, hot-carrier degradation, oxide breakdown, and electrical over-stress.

## How to Calculate Power Density after Voltage Scaling VLSI?

Power Density after Voltage Scaling VLSI calculator uses Power Density after Voltage Scaling = Power Density MOSFET*(Scaling Factor)^3 to calculate the Power Density after Voltage Scaling, The Power Density after Voltage Scaling VLSI formula is defined as a measure of power output per unit Area. It quantifies power distribution within a given space when MOSFET is scaled down by voltage scaling method. Power Density after Voltage Scaling is denoted by PD' symbol.

How to calculate Power Density after Voltage Scaling VLSI using this online calculator? To use this online calculator for Power Density after Voltage Scaling VLSI, enter Power Density MOSFET (PD) & Scaling Factor (Sf) and hit the calculate button. Here is how the Power Density after Voltage Scaling VLSI calculation can be explained with given input values -> 67.5 = 20*(1.5)^3.

### FAQ

What is Power Density after Voltage Scaling VLSI?
The Power Density after Voltage Scaling VLSI formula is defined as a measure of power output per unit Area. It quantifies power distribution within a given space when MOSFET is scaled down by voltage scaling method and is represented as PD' = PD*(Sf)^3 or Power Density after Voltage Scaling = Power Density MOSFET*(Scaling Factor)^3. Power Density MOSFET is defined as a measure of power output per unit Area. It quantifies how much power is distributed within a given space & Scaling factor is defined as the ratio by which the dimensions of the transistor are changed during the design process.
How to calculate Power Density after Voltage Scaling VLSI?
The Power Density after Voltage Scaling VLSI formula is defined as a measure of power output per unit Area. It quantifies power distribution within a given space when MOSFET is scaled down by voltage scaling method is calculated using Power Density after Voltage Scaling = Power Density MOSFET*(Scaling Factor)^3. To calculate Power Density after Voltage Scaling VLSI, you need Power Density MOSFET (PD) & Scaling Factor (Sf). With our tool, you need to enter the respective value for Power Density MOSFET & Scaling Factor and hit the calculate button. You can also select the units (if any) for Input(s) and the Output as well.
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