A Novel Design of Majority Gate (Three Variable) Circuits and Comparative Analysis using Quantum-Dot Cellular Automata (QCA)

A. Mallaiah, G.N. Swamy and K. Padmapriya

QCA is an encouraged innovation in the field of nanotechnology that appears to suit well with advanced logic circuits, microprocessor and FPGA needs. It is worried about awesome intrigue in view of its advantages, for example, ultra-low power utilization, little size and can work at one Tera hertz. In any case, the power scattering and area are the most noteworthy angles in these frameworks. In this paper, we outline thirteen standard three variable Boolean functions with less number of majority gates (majority voters) in view of QCA innovation. QCA Designer variant 2.0.3 (windows OS) is utilized to approve the precision of the proposed circuits. Interestingly with prior QCA formats, the proposed plans are accomplished with the most reduced number of QCA cells, and less delay and multilayer wire-crossing technique. Since the works in the field of QCA design configuration has begun to advance, the proposed commitment will offer ascent to another string of research in the field of ongoing processor circuits.

Volume 11 | 07-Special Issue

Pages: 1-10