Design of Low Power 4-Bit CMOS Braun Multiplier Based on Threshold Voltage Techniques
A circuit design for a new low power 4-bit Braun multiplier is presented. The multiplier is implemented by using different threshold voltage techniques. Power reduction techniques are proposed for 4-bit Braun multiplier which is designed by full adders. To get optimum design low threshold voltages are used at critical paths similar way high threshold voltages are used at non-critical paths. The design uses CMOS digital circuits in order to reduce the power dissipation while maintaining computational throughput. This architecture is simulated at 90nm technology with 1.2v power supply.