Non-majority magnetic logic gates: a review of experiments and future prospects for 'shape-based' logic.

@article{Kurtz2011NonmajorityML,
  title={Non-majority magnetic logic gates: a review of experiments and future prospects for 'shape-based' logic.},
  author={Scott Kurtz and Edit Varga and M. Jafar Siddiq and Michael T. Niemier and Wolfgang Porod and Xiaobo Sharon Hu and Gary H. Bernstein},
  journal={Journal of physics. Condensed matter : an Institute of Physics journal},
  year={2011},
  volume={23 5},
  pages={053202}
}
We discuss the experimental demonstration of non-majority, two-input, nanomagnet logic (NML) AND and OR gates. While gate designs still can incorporate the symmetric, rounded-rectangle magnets used in the three-input majority gate experiments by Imre (2006 Science 311 205-8), our new designs also leverage magnets with an edge that has a well-defined 'slant'. In rectangular and ellipsoid nanomagnets, the easy axis of the device coincides with its longer edge. For a magnet with a slanted edge… CONTINUE READING
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