Manoj Kumar Majumder

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Multi-wall carbon nanotubes (MWNTs) have potentially provided an attractive solution over single-wall carbon nanotube (SWNT) bundles at deep sub-micron level very large scale integration (VLSI) technologies. This paper presents a comprehensive analysis of propagation delay for both MWNT and SWNT bundles at different interconnect lengths (global) and shows a(More)
This paper reviews a VLSI architecture based on `Parallel Pipeline Projection Engine' (PPPE) which is composed by Forward Radon Transform and Back-projection architecture. This PPPE architecture is modified by using the theory of two-dimensional Radon Transform. The novel architecture is primarily based on analytical relationship between the pixels on(More)
In this paper, a modified VLSI architecture for two-dimensional Radon Transform has been presented. The proposed architecture is primarily based on the analytical relationship between the pixels on horizontal and vertical raster scan line and also between the projection angles. The proposed architecture is compared against the existing ‘Parallel(More)
Process variation in current nanometer regime has recently emerged as a major concern in the design of very large scale integrated (VLSI) circuits including interconnect. Process variation leads to many uncertainties on circuit performances such as propagation delay. With the shrinking channel dimensions of MOSFET to nanometer scale, the performance of(More)
This research paper presents a new method to reduce crosstalk of carbon nanotube (CNT) bundle based through silicon vias (TSVs). For this, a unique structure of mixed CNT bundled (MCB) TSV is proposed with specific arrangement of single- (SWCNT) and multi-walled CNTs (MWCNTs). An equivalent electrical model is presented for different MCB configurations(More)
Carbon based nanomaterials such as metallic single walled carbon nanotubes (SWNT), multi-wall carbon nanotubes (MWNT), and graphene have been considered as some of the most promising candiadates for future interconnect technology. In current deep sub-micron level technology, MWNTs have potentially provided an attractive solution over SWNT bundles. This(More)