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Paper:ASP-L26.2
Session:Mixed Signal Circuits
Time:Tuesday, May 25, 16:18 - 16:36
Presentation: Lecture
Topic: Analog Signal Processing: Mixed Signal Circuits and Testing
Title: HIGH SPEED ARRAY OF OSCILLATOR-BASED TRULY BINARY RANDOM NUMBER GENERATORS
Authors: Nikolaos Stefanou; Texas A&M University 
 Sameer Sonkusale; Texas A&M University 
Abstract: A technique to produce many high speed uncorrelated truly binary random number generators (RNGs) utilizing least area and power is proposed. The technique relies on the phase noise and jitter of voltage controlled oscillators (VCOs) to generate RNGs using the oscillator sampling technique. To obtain true randomness, the frequency of oscillation of the VCOs is controlled by other RNGs in the array, increasing the jitter spread much more than conventional designs. Parallel high speed uncorrelated random sequences are tested at 1GHz in CMOS 0.18┬Ám process.
 
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