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HITTSFL: Design of a Cost-Effective HIS-Insensitive TNU-Tolerant and SET-Filterable Latch for Safety-Critical Applications

Aibin Yan
Xiangfeng Feng
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Hang Zhou
Jie Cui
Xiaoqing Wen

Abstract

This paper proposes a cost-effective, high-impedancestate (HIS)-insensitive, triple-node-upset (TNU)-tolerant and single-event-transient (SET)-filterable latch, namely HITTSFL, to ensure high reliability with low-cost. The latch mainly comprises an output-level SET-filterable Schmitt-trigger and three inverters that make the values stored in three parallel single-node-upset (SNU)-recoverable dual-interlocked-storagecells (DICEs) converge at a common node to tolerate any possible TNU. The latch does not use C-elements to be insensitive to the HIS. Simulation results demonstrate the TNU-tolerability and SET-filterability of the proposed HITTSFL latch. Moreover, due to the use of clock-gating technologies and fewer transistors, the proposed latch can reduce delay, power, and area by 76.65%, 6.16%, and 28.55%, respectively, compared with the state-of-theart TNU hardened latch (TNUHL) that cannot filter SETs.
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lirmm-03033258 , version 1 (01-12-2020)

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Aibin Yan, Xiangfeng Feng, Xiaohui Zhao, Hang Zhou, Jie Cui, et al.. HITTSFL: Design of a Cost-Effective HIS-Insensitive TNU-Tolerant and SET-Filterable Latch for Safety-Critical Applications. DAC 2020 - 57th ACM/IEEE Design Automation Conference, Jul 2020, San Francisco, CA, United States. pp.1-6, ⟨10.1109/DAC18072.2020.9218704⟩. ⟨lirmm-03033258⟩
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