K. Wayne Current

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The design and experimental evaluation of a clocked adiabatic logic (CAL) is described in this paper. CAL is a dual-rail logic that operates from a single-phase ac power-clock supply. This new low-energy logic makes it possible to integrate all power control circuitry on the chip, resulting in better system efficiency, lower cost, and simpler power(More)
Droplet-based programmable processors promise to offer solutions to a wide range of applications in which chemical and biological analysis and/or small-scale synthesis are required, suggesting they will become the microfluidic equivalents of microprocessors by offering off-the-shelf solutions for almost any fluid based analysis or small scale synthesis(More)
A test chip was fabricated in a standard 1.2-micron CMOS technology using Supplementary Symmetrical Logic Circuit Structure (SUS-LOC) concepts. The test chip demonstrates several ternary logical functions as well as the flexibility of the SUS-LOC structure. Logic functionality and switching performance of the chip were simulated and verified experimentally.(More)
In this paper we describe the design and experimental evaluation of a clocked CMOS adiabatic logic (CAL). CAL, is a dual-rail logic that operates from a single-phase AC power-clock supply in the ‘adiabatic’ mode, or from a DC power supply in the ‘non-adiabatic’ mode. In the adiabatic mode, the power-clock supply waveform is generated using an on-chip(More)