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Low power dual-edge triggered flip-flop structure in quantum dot cellular automata
Artificial molecule quantum dot cells are a promising currentless nanotechnology, which can be used for realising fully digital circuits and systems. A dual-edge triggered module and flip-flop
Design of non-restoring binary array divider in quantum-dot cellular automata
This work presents the design of a non-restoring binary array divider in QCA and its validity is verified using QCADesigner software.
Design and Simulation of Turbo Encoder in Quantum-Dot Cellular Automata
How to manage the ambivalent effects of shift-register nature is investigated in this paper, which determines the efficient design of Turbo encoder.
A comparative analysis and design of quantum‐dot cellular automata memory cell architecture
Comparisons show that Read/Write latency of the proposed design is mitigated, the overall cell number, control cell and layout area are reduced, and its performance against random charge noise is presented to be better.
Impact of nanomagnets size on switching behaviour of all spin logic devices
Under different nanomagnets’ size, switching behaviour of all spin logic (ASL) devices constructed with Co and permalloy (Py) nanomagnets are studied by using the coupled
Reliability and Performance Evaluation of QCA Devices With Rotation Cell Defect
As a novel nanotechnology, quantum-dot cellular automata (QCA) can achieve dense packages due to the extremely small size of quantum dots. However, fabrication defects and fault rates in the
Magnetic Quantum Cellular Automata-Based Logic Computation Structure: A Full-Adder Study
Micromagnetic simulation demonstrates the function validity of proposed MQCA full adder, and comparation with previous conceptual designs as to their area and complexity shows that new architecture presents superior performance.
Voltage pulse induced repeated magnetization reversal in strain-mediated multiferroic nanomagnets: a size- and material-dependent micromagnetic study
Realization of complete magnetization reversal is a major challenge for electrical control of magnetism. This paper focuses on voltage pulse induced magnetization reversal which is mediated by