Authors: Y. Sun, M.D. Wagh
Affilation: Lehigh University, United States
Pages: 83 - 86
Keywords: nanoelectronics, adder, threshold logic
This paper presents an adder designed specifically for nanoelectronics. It exploits the basic characteristics of nanoelectronic technologies such as the RTD, SET and QCA to provide an adder that has a very low delay and a bounded fan-in. It is known that a low fan-in bound implies high reliability. This adder, for the first time allows user a trade-off between the fan-in bound, the complexity and the speed. A comparison with other adders available in the literature has been provided. Design of an 8-bit adder built with resonant tunneling diodes (RTD) based on these principles is presented.
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