Comparative Computer Design of Four-bits Nanomultiplier
Keywords:quantum-dots cellular automata, computer- aided design, majority element, multiplier Baugh-Wooley
This paper presents a simulation circuit of a 4x4 Baugh–Wooley multiplier on a proposed one-bit full adder. The results included a comparison with other adders, an analysis of energy dissipation depending on temperature and dissipated power of the existing and proposed multipliers in mW. As a result, it was found that the proposed adder has better properties compared to similar ones. As a result of the work, the simulation circuit of the Baugh–Wooley multiplier 4x4 was performed, and the simulation result was obtained. Computer-edit simulate and design is performed in QCA DESIGNER software.
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