Asynchronous Circuit Design using New High Speed NCL Gates
The delay-insensitive Null Convention Logic (NCL) as one of innovative asynchronous logic design methodologies has many advantages of inherent robustness, power consumption, and easy design reuses. However, transistor-level topologies of conventional NCL gates have weakness of logic speed, area overhead or wire complexity. Therefore, this paper proposes a new NCL gates designed at transistor level for high-speed, low area overhead. A 4 x 4 multiplier using the proposed NCL gates has been compared to the multiplier using conventional NCL gates in terms of delay, area and energy consumption.
M. Choi et al., "Asynchronous Circuit Design using New High Speed NCL Gates," Proceedings of the International SoC Design Conference (2014, Jeju, South Korea), pp. 13-14, Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers (IEEE), Nov 2014.
The definitive version is available at http://dx.doi.org/10.1109/ISOCC.2014.7087561
International SoC Design Conference: ISOCC (2014: Nov. 3-6, Jeju, South Korea)
Electrical and Computer Engineering
IC Design Education Center (IDEC)
Keywords and Phrases
Asynchronous Sequential Logic; Design; Differentiating Circuits; Energy Utilization; Formal Logic; Integrated Circuit Manufacture; Multiplying Circuits; Area Overhead; Asynchronous Circuit Design; Asynchronous Circuit; Asynchronous Logic Design; Multiplier; NCL; Null Convention Logic; Transistor Level; Logic Circuits; Delay Insensitive Model
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