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Eduardo Ruiz- Hitzky  
Department of New Architectures in Materials Chemistry
Materials Science Institute of Madrid
Madrid
Spain

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Low Energy, Low Latency and High Speed Array Divider Circuit Using a Shannon Theorem Based Adder Cell

Author(s): Chinnaiyan Senthilpari, Krishnamoorthy Diwakar and Ajay K. Singh

Affiliation: Faculty of Engineering , Multimedia University, Jalan Ayer Keroh lama, 75450 Melaka, Malaysia.

Keywords: Shannon theorem, Divider, Power dissipation, Propagation delay, BSIM 4, Latency, EPI and Throughput

Abstract:

The paper discuses the design of 1-bit full adder circuit using Shannon theorem. This proposed full adder circuit is used as one of the circuit component for implementation of Non- Restoring and Restoring divider circuits. The proposed adder and divider schematics are designed by using DSCH2 CAD tool and their layouts are generated by Microwind 3 VLSI CAD tool. The divider circuits are designed by using standard CMOS 0.35μm feature size and corresponding power supply 3.5 V. The parameters analyses are carried out by BSIM 4 analysis. We have compared the simulated results of the Shannon based divider circuit with CPL and CMOS adder cell based divider circuits. We have further compared the results with published results and observed that the proposed adder cell based divider circuit dissipates lower power, gives faster response, lower latency, low EPI and high throughput.

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Article Details

VOLUME: 3
ISSUE: 1
Page: [61 - 72]
Pages: 12
DOI: 10.2174/187221009787003311