Comparative Analysis of Metastability with D FLIP FLOP in CMOS Circuits

@article{Thakur2014ComparativeAO,
  title={Comparative Analysis of Metastability with D FLIP FLOP in CMOS Circuits},
  author={Manisha Thakur and Puran Gaur and Braj Bihari Soni},
  journal={International Journal of Computer Applications},
  year={2014},
  volume={103},
  pages={26-29}
}
appropriate choice of flip-flop topologies is of essential importance in the design of integrated circuits for CMOS VLSI high-performance and high-speed circuits. The understanding of the suitability of the flip-flops and select the best topology for a given application is important to meet the need of the design to meet low power and high performance circuit subject. This work shows a wide area comparison exist in D flip-flop, this provides a wide study of the topologies in terms of power… Expand
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