Performance Analysis of a Low-Power High-Speed Hybrid 1-bit Full Adder Circuit
Abstract—Performance Analysis of a Low-Power High-Speed Hybrid 1-bit Full Adder Circuit. A hybrid 1-bit full adder design employing both complementary metal–oxide–semiconductor (CMOS) logic and transmission gate logic is reported.The design was first implemented for 1 bit and then extended for 32 bit also.The circuit was implemented using Cadence Virtuoso tools in 180-and 90-nm technology. Performance parameters such as power, delay, and layout area were compared with the existing designs such as complementary pass-transistor logic, transmission gate adder, transmission function adder, hybrid pass-logic with static CMOS output drive full adder, and so on. For 1.8-V supply at 180-nm technology, the average power consumption (4.1563 µW) was found to be extremely low with moderately low delay < Final Year Projects 2016 > 224 ps > resulting from the deliberate incorporation of very weak CMOS inverters coupled with strong transmission gates.
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