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Low Voltage Dual Cell Memory for Next Generation Mobile Devices
Hitachi and Elpida Memory have proposed a new dynamic random access memory (DRAM) scheme operating at a reduced supply voltage (0.4 V). The new product uses a “double cell” element, in which one bit of information is stored in two ordinary cells, thereby increasing the storage time and speed of reading and writing at low supply voltage. This technology is fundamental to the development of high-capacity, low-voltage DRAM for the next generation of mobile devices.
There are two main requirements for memory devices used in mobile information devices: high storage density, which can provide large storage capacity, and low power consumption, which helps to increase battery life.
Currently, in cell phones, the main memory function is usually performed by static random access memory (SRAM). Its advantage over DRAM is that there is no need for constant regeneration. On the other hand, SRAM needs a relatively high voltage power supply and has a lower storage density. DRAM, on the other hand, offers high density and is already used in some mobile devices. More widespread use of DRAM is hampered by the problem that data storage time is shortened if the voltage to write to a memory cell (bit-line voltage) is lowered. In addition, a high voltage (word-line voltage) is required to drive the transistor of the memory cell.
To overcome these problems, Hitachi and Elpida have proposed a new DRAM circuit designed for low-voltage power supply. Its features:
one. Undervoltage on the bit line.
A double-cell scheme was applied, which uses two conventional DRAM cells to store one bit of information. As it turned out, the voltage of the bit line can be reduced while keeping the storage time at the level of a typical single cell. Simulations have shown that the storage time of a single cell at 1.0V can be achieved at 0.4V, and thus DRAM power consumption can be reduced by about 60%.
2. Undervoltage on the word rail.
In a conventional DRAM array, a high voltage is required on the word line to store the charge representing a logic “one” in the capacitor of a memory cell. Since the charge can be halved when using a double cell, the voltage on the word line can also be reduced. Simulation results show that the voltage on the wordline can be reduced from 3V to 1.8V, thus the power consumption of the control circuit can be reduced by about 70%.
The results of the development were presented at the VLSI symposium held in the Japanese city of Kyoto.