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—Reversible sequential circuits are going to be the significant memory blocks for the forthcoming computing devices for their ultra low power consumption. Therefore design of various types of latches has been considered a major objective for the researchers quite a long time. In this paper we proposed efficient design of reversible sequential circuits that(More)
Reversible logic has come to the forefront of theoretical and applied research today. Although many researchers are investigating techniques to synthesize reversible combinational logic, there is little work in the area of sequential reversible logic. Latches and flip-flops are the most significant memory elements for the forthcoming sequential memory(More)
—This article presents a research work on the design and synthesis of sequential circuits and flip-flops that are available in digital arena; and describes a new synthesis design of reversible counter that is optimized in terms of quantum cost, delay and garbage outputs compared to the existing designs. We proposed a new model of reversible T flip-flop in(More)
Recently, a variety of wireless access points (APs) have been deployed by many organizations to meet different traffic demands. Previously, we proposed an active AP configuration algorithm that activates or deactivates heterogeneous AP devices depending on the traffic demand and network topology, in order to realize the elastic Wireless Local-Area Network(More)
Previously, we proposed the active access-point (AP) configuration algorithm for elastic Wireless Local-Area Network (WLAN) systems using heterogeneous APs. This algorithm activates or deactivates APs depending on traffic demands, assuming that any active AP can use a different channel to avoid interferences among APs. However, the number of non-interfered(More)
Recently, an IEEE802.11n access point (AP) has become common in the wireless local-area network (WLAN) due to the high-speed data transmission using the multiple input multiple output (MIMO) technology. However, the signal propagation from the 802.11n AP may not be uniform in the circumferential direction because of multiple antennas in MIMO, in addition to(More)