A Basis for the Comparison of Binary and m-Valued Current Mode Circuits: the Multioperand Addition with Redundant Number Systems

@inproceedings{Etiemble1993ABF,
  title={A Basis for the Comparison of Binary and m-Valued Current Mode Circuits: the Multioperand Addition with Redundant Number Systems},
  author={Daniel Etiemble and Keivan Navi},
  booktitle={ISMVL},
  year={1993}
}
We present m-valued current mode adders for the sum of two (three and four) digits in the Binary Stored-Carry number system that use the smallest set of values for the positional sum They are based on the m-valued to binary current mode converters. The implementation of multioperand additions using these adders compared with the usual binary implementation gives the basis for the evaluation of performance of m-valued current-mode circuits in various technologies. 

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