Design Of N Bit Adder And Subtractive Using Quantum Dot Cellular Automata

A KEERTHI, SK SHABANA

Abstract


Relatively easy to fix reasoning as well as quantum dot cellular robot (QCA) with each other can be taken into consideration as one of the most encouraging innovations for future generation computer systems. As CMOS circuits are coming close to restrictions in minimizing area as well as power dissipation, relatively easy to fix reasoning and also QCA modern technology have prospective to change CMOS. Moreover, restricted research is done on reversible sequential circuits with QCA implementation. This paper targets style as well as application of a standard sequential element, a relatively easy to fix dual side set off D flip flop, utilizing QCA. The logical capability, computational as well as power evaluation of the recommended circuit has actually been checked out in this work. This is one of such first attempts to make, analyze as well as carry out relatively easy to fix consecutive element using QCA. This layout will certainly help with the perception of complicated relatively easy to fix sequential circuits in the location of QCA circuits.


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