Performance analysis of PLA Spending Quantum Dot Cellular Automata

Performance analysis of PLA Spending Quantum Dot Cellular Automata


  • J. Madhu Sunder 1, KrishnaKumar2

  • 2021

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    Quantum Dot Cellular Automata (QCA) is an
    alternative to CMOS technology. The other technologies proposed
    by researchers are FINFET, CNTs and MTJ to reduce
    scalability of CMOS devices.
    Using Quantum Dot Cellular Automata, the low power,
    extremely dense circuits are designed. QCA cell is the
    Fundamental unit in building logic gates. These cells are powered
    using specific clock.
    QCA cells are used to design basic gates and to realize Boolean
    expressions. QCA Designer tool is used to carry out simulations.
    The simulation results are same as theoretical results. The
    complexity and size of circuits are reduced using QCA. The paper
    includes design of Programmable Logic Array (PLA).
    Keywords: Boolean Expression, Clock, CMOS, Fundamental Unit,
    QCA Designer
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    Performance analysis of PLA Spending Quantum Dot Cellular Automata