Minimization of Transistors Count and Power in an Embedded System Using GDI Technique

With the intensified research in low power, high speed embedded systems such as mobiles, laptops, etc has led the VLSI technology to scale down to nano regimes, allowing more functionality to be integrated on a single chip. Gate Diffusion (GDI) Input is a novel technique for low power digital circuit design in an embedded system. This technique allows reduction in power consumption, delay and area of the circuit. This technique can be used to reduce the number of transistors compared to convectional CMOS design. The performance of GDI is compared with CMOS and different other design techniques for several digital circuits.

Provided by: Universal Insurance Managers, Inc. Topic: Hardware Date Added: Sep 2012 Format: PDF

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