Methods and systems for power-efficient inductive chip-to-chip communications

Digital information is communicated between stacked integrated circuit devices by inductive coupling between arrays of inductors formed from integrated circuit wiring layers. This can be done using a combination of push-pull drivers, common inductor return legs, and balanced sparse ternary encoding. Embodiments result in low power utilization and high pin efficiency.


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