Low delay-power product CMOS design using one-hot residue coding

@inproceedings{Chren1995LowDP,
  title={Low delay-power product CMOS design using one-hot residue coding},
  author={William A. Chren},
  booktitle={ISLPD},
  year={1995}
}
CMOS implementations of arithmetic units for One-Hot Residue encoded operands are presented. They are shown to reduce the delay-power product of conventional, fully-encoded designs by more than 85%, as exemplified by the design of a direct digital frequency synthesizer for frequency-hopped spread spectrum communication systems. The reduction is attributable to the one-hot representation, which decreases the activity factors of the signals and the number of circuit and critical path transistors. 

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