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# Design and Implementation of Full Adder Cell with the GDI Technique Based on 0 . 18 μ m CMOS Technology

@inproceedings{BazzaziDesignAI,
title={Design and Implementation of Full Adder Cell with the GDI Technique Based on 0 . 18 $\mu$ m CMOS Technology},
author={Amin Bazzazi and B. Eskafi}
}
• Engineering
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