Adder with Efficient Speed and Area by Using Quantum-Dot Cellular Automata TechnologyAuthor : G. Sumana and G. Anjan Babu
Volume 8 No.3 Special Issue:June 2019 pp 109-113
The lessening in transistor estimate by following field’s law made chip unpredictability with more computational capacity. The present size of the transistor needs to decrease more, which prompts nanotechnology. The quantum-dot cell automata come extremely close to nanotechnology presents one of the conceivable arrangements in defeat this physical breaking point, even though the designs with QCA technology are not a fundamental basic. In this brief by considering quantum-dot cell automata (QCA) innovation idea a greater part door based adder is outlined. The effectiveness in territory and speed by larger part entryway idea based adders are executed and contrasted with beforehand technique plans by utilizing verilog coding mimicked in Xilinx. The proposed one-piece QCA viper depends on another calculation that requires just three larger part entryways and two inverters for the QCA expansion. Novel 128-bit adders designed in QCA become accomplished.
QCA, Nanotechnology, Majority gates (MG), adder, Verilog HDL
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