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MODIFIED BOOTH MULTIPLIER ARCHITECTURE USING NEW ( 1 , 1 , 1 ) ADDER

@inproceedings{Mehra2015MODIFIEDBM,
  title={MODIFIED BOOTH MULTIPLIER ARCHITECTURE USING NEW ( 1 , 1 , 1 ) ADDER},
  author={Anu Mehra and Priyank Kularia and Aditya Sharma and Garima Batra and Achintya Rawat and Nidhi Gaur},
  year={2015}
}
In this paper an alternate implementation of the modified Booth algorithm is presented where groups of the partial product terms are summed using parallel prefix adders proposed by Harris et al. Comparative analysis of these adders in terms of power, delay and LUTs is performed. A modified 16 bit multiplication process using Radix 4 Booth Algorithm is proposed and results with respect to Kogge Stone and New (1, 1, 1) adder are computed. Simulation results are carried out on Xilinx Vivado… 

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