New designs of 14-transistor PPM adder

@article{Mudassir2005NewDO,
  title={New designs of 14-transistor PPM adder},
  author={Rizwan Mudassir and Hayssam El-Razouk and Zine-Eddine Abid and Wei Wang},
  journal={Canadian Conference on Electrical and Computer Engineering, 2005.},
  year={2005},
  pages={1739-1742}
}
In this paper, we propose improved designs of full adders, known as plus-plus-minus (PPM) adders, for redundant binary (RB) number systems applications. The proposed two PPM adder designs use 14 transistors and are derived from new algorithms. They achieve reduction in the time delay, power consumption, and chip area, compared to currently available designs. Furthermore, the proposed 14-transistor adders have been used to build two efficient designs of on-line radix-2 redundant multipliers. All… CONTINUE READING

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