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OWER E FFICIENT D ESIGN OF M ULTIPLEXER USING A DIABATIC L OGIC

@inproceedings{Singh2013OWEREF,
  title={OWER E FFICIENT D ESIGN OF M ULTIPLEXER USING A DIABATIC L OGIC},
  author={Richa Singh and Rajesh Mehra},
  year={2013}
}
This paper provides low power solutions for Very Large Scale Integration design. The dynamic power consumption of CMOS circuits is rapidly becoming a major concern in VLSI design. By adiabatic technique dynamic power consumption in pull up network can be reduced and energy stored on the load capacitance can be recycled. In this paper different logic style multiplexes have been analyzed and low power 2:1 multiplexer is designed using positive feedback adiabatic logic. It has been observed that… 

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