Comparison of static and dynamic printed organic shift registers
Dynamic and static shift register circuits are fabricated with an inkjet process for printing complementary organic semiconductors. The static design is based on edge-triggered master-slave flip-flops and the dynamic design is based on a true-single-phase-clock architecture. The merits and drawbacks of the two approaches are considered and compared.
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Schwartz, D. E.; Ng, T. Comparison of static and dynamic printed organic shift registers. IEEE Electron Device Letters. 2013 February; 34 (2): 271-273.
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