EDIFICE OF DEPENDABLE BCD ADDER IN QUANTUM DOT CELLULAR

K Seshank, M Ranjith Reddy

Abstract


The advancement of the CMOS virtual format lies in reducing the technique era, projected to quit inside the next few years due to CMOS essential physical limits. Among the rising technologies recently proposed as alternatives to the traditional CMOS, Quantum-dot mobile automata (QCA) is one of the maximum promising answers to format ultra-low-energy and definitely excessive tempo virtual circuits. Efficient QCA-based totally implementations have been confirmed for several binary and decimal mathematics circuits, however considerable enhancements are still feasible if the logic gates inherently to be had within the QCA era are nicely exploited. Conventional unique adders need lengthy remove and high strength intake to acquire correct outcomes. Efficient QCA-based totally absolutely implementations have been verified for several binary and decimal arithmetic circuits; however massive upgrades are nevertheless viable if the coolest judgment gates inherently available within the QCA era are smartly exploited. This short proposes a new method to design QCA-based totally BCD adders. Exploiting progressive common sense formulations and purpose designed QCA modules, computational speed substantially higher than current contrary numbers are accomplished without sacrificing either the occupied vicinity or the cells depend.


Keywords


CMOS; QCA; BCD Adder; Conventional Logics; Efficiency;

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