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Design of novel Multiple Valued Logic (MVL) circuits
B srinivasa raghavan,
Published in IEEE
Pages: 371 - 378
Background: Multiple-Valued Logic (MVL) is the non-binary-valued system, in which more than two levels of information content are available, i.e., L>2. In modern technologies, the dual level binary logic circuits have normally been used. However, these suffer from several significant issues such as the interconnection considerations including the parasitics, area and power dissipation. The MVL circuits have been proved to be consisting of reduced circuitry and increased efficiency in terms of higher utilization of the circuit resources through multiple levels of voltage. Innumerable algorithms have been developed for designing such MVL circuits. Extended form is one of the algebraic techniques used in designing these MVL circuits. Voltage mode design has also been employed for constructing various types of MVL circuits. Novelty: This paper proposes a novel MVLTRANS inverter, designed using conventional CMOS and pass transistor logic based MVLPTL inverter. Binary to MVL Converter/Encoder and MVL to binary Decoder/Converter are also presented in the paper. In addition to the proposed decoder circuit, a 4-bit novel MVL Binary decoder circuit is also proposed. Tools Used: All these circuits are designed, implemented and verified using Cadence® Virtuoso tools using 180 nm technology library. © 2017 IEEE.
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