Quaternary Sequential Circuits

@inproceedings{Patel2010QuaternarySC,
  title={Quaternary Sequential Circuits},
  author={Vasundara Patel and K. S. Gurumurthy},
  year={2010}
}
Application of multiple-valued logic(MVL) in the design of digital devices opens additional opportunities. D flip-flop is a basic sequential circuit in any logic. A 4-bit counter using Multiple-valued D flip-flops is presented in this paper. D flipflop is built by 3 input NMIN gates and has both preset and clear inputs. Quaternary multiplexer and D flip-flops are used to design the quaternary counter. The circuits being studied are optimized for power and delay at 0.18-μm CMOS process… CONTINUE READING

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