Héctor Pettenghi

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Many logic circuit applications of Resonant Tunneling Diodes are based on the MOnostable-BIstable Logic Element (MOBILE). Threshold logic is a computational model widely used in the design of MOBILE circuits, i.e. these circuits are built from threshold gates. More recently, generalized threshold gates, also suitable to be realized with MOBILE RTD(More)
One of the most attractive features of MOBILE-based circuits is their self-latching operation, which allows pipelining at the gate level, and thus very high through-output, without any area overhead associated to the addition of the latches. However, the self-latching behavior is not inherent to the practical circuit topologies employed to implement MOBILE(More)
Recently new Residue Number Systems (RNS) moduli sets have been proposed in order to increase the dynamic range and reduce the width of channels, therefore, reducing the processing time and further exploiting the carry-free characteristic of the modular arithmetic. In this paper we propose improved units for addition, subtraction, and multiplication in RNS(More)
Many logic circuit applications of Resonant Tunneling Diodes are based on the MOnostableBIstable Logic Element (MOBILE). Threshold logic is a computational model widely used in the design of MOBILE circuits, i.e. these circuits are built from threshold gates (TGs). This paper describes the design of full adders (FAs) using TG based circuit topologies. Both(More)
This paper presents a novel approach to improve the existing Binary-to-RNS multi-moduli architectures. These architectures reduce the complexity by sharing common intermediate results among various RNS moduli channels. Two types of multi-moduli architectures are distinguished depending on whether the functionality is implemented serially or in parallel. A(More)