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Design of combinational logic circuits using memristor and CMOS logic
K.O. Reddy, D. Gracin, ,
Published in Blue Eyes Intelligence Engineering and Sciences Publication
Volume: 8
Issue: 5
Pages: 167 - 173
Introduction of the memristor has paved the way to many inventions in VLSI domain. The properties of memristor such as the nanometer scale measurements and its non-volatile memory qualities have yielded more attention towards research people. The nanometer scale highlight of the memristor makes another door open for the realization of innovative circuits for logic blocks from the more standard designs. Non-volatile memory property empowers us to acknowledge new outline strategies for an assortment of computational components that prompt novel models. By this, there comes the idea of the combination of the Nano-scale memristor and CMOS, which ends up conceivable to diminish usage of silicon territory accordingly giving a promising alternative in the plan of memristor and CMOS based circuits. In this paper, we are presenting a combinational circuit design using memristor and CMOS logic as well as the implementation of a built-in self-test circuit to test the core functionalities of the logic. It is composed of a test pattern generator and output response analyzer which will compare the output response of the unit under test circuit with the pre-stored expected patterns of the unit under test. Designing the circuit utilizing this mix advantage of memristor and CMOS spares a great deal of chip space and power utilization and it is reliable as well. © BEIESP.
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JournalInternational Journal of Innovative Technology and Exploring Engineering
PublisherBlue Eyes Intelligence Engineering and Sciences Publication