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VLSI Arcitectures of Carry Skip Adders – A Survey

  title={VLSI Arcitectures of Carry Skip Adders – A Survey},
  author={Bisam Pranaya and C. J. Moses},
  • Bisam Pranaya, C. J. Moses
  • Published 2020
  • Adders are key building blocks in the arithmetic and logic units and hence increasing their speed and reducing their power consumption strongly affect the performance of digital circuits. There are many adder families with different delays, power consumptions, and area usages. Carry skip adder (CSKA) is efficient in terms of power consumption and area usage; delay also smaller than the ripple carry adder (RCA). CSKA allows carry to skip over group of n bits. This paper analyses different very… CONTINUE READING


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