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Inventi Impact - VLSI

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    Quarterly published in print and online ‘Inventi Rapid/Impact: VLSI’ publishes high quality unpublished as well as high impact pre-published research and reviews catering to the needs of researchers and professionals. The journal covers all recent advances in very large scale integration. The focus areas are: VLSI circuits; low power and power-aware designs; testing, reliability & fault-tolerance; emerging technologies; VLSI applications; nano electronics, molecular, biological and quantum computing; and, wireless communications.

  • IMPLEMENTATION OF LOW FREQUENCY BAND PASS FILTER BY A NEW ARCHITECTURE OF GROUNDED ACTIVE INDUCTOR
    Arnab Pramanik*, A K Gupta    Download Full Text

    This paper presents a competitive alternative to conventional passive spiral grounded inductor by realising a newly designed CMOS grounded active inductor circuit. The realised grounded active inductor has been used to implement a low frequency band pass filter design. The simulation of the proposed grounded active inductor and implementation of band pass filter in low frequency domain are carried...

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  • AN IMPROVED MULTIPLEXER BASED ENCODER
    Ankush Chunn*, Rakesh Kumar Sarin    Download Full Text

    The speed and power consumption of flash analog to digital converter (ADC) is governed by design of thermometer to binary (T2B) encoders used in it. In this study, ROM, Wallace tree, Fat tree and multiplexer (MUX) based encoders was compared for their performance. Power delay product analysis and bubble error analysis results suggest that the MUX based encoder may be preferred for use in flash ADC...

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  • A NEW APPROACH TOWARDS 32 NM FINFET BASED 4X4 SRAM CELL ARRAY USING I-BIT 6T SRAM
    Akshay Dalal, Anrav Mukharji, Ketan Machhale    Download Full Text

    Data retention and leakage current reduction are among the major area of concern in today’s CMOS technology. A static random access memory (SRAM) is designed to plug two needs: (i) The SRAM provides as cache memory, stuck between central processing unit and dynamic random access memory (DRAM). (ii) The SRAM technology act as driving force for low power application since SRAM is portable compa...

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  • REVERSIBLE LOGIC: A NEW AREA AND POWER OPTIMIZATION TECHNIQUE TO DESIGN LOGIC BLOCK FOR FPGA
    Arnov Mukherjee, Jenil Jain    Download Full Text

    In the past few years reversible logic is very promising research area and has applications in several technologies like nano-electronics, low power CMOS design, optical computing, bioinformatics, quantum computing. Nowadays reversible logic gates are emerging to be compatible with future generation technology which has significant reduction in overall heat dissipation. FPGAs are more demanding...

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  • INGREDIENTS OF ADAPTABILITY: A SURVEY OF RECONFIGURABLE PROCESSORS
    Anupam Chattopadhyay    Download Full Text

    For a design to survive unforeseen physical effects like aging, temperature variation, and/or emergence of new application standards, adaptability needs to be supported. Adaptability, in its complete strength, is present in reconfigurable processors, which makes it an important IP in modern System-on-Chips (SoCs). Reconfigurable processors have risen to prominence as a dominant computing platform ...

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  • DESIGN OF FINITE WORD LENGTH LINEAR-PHASE FIR FILTERS IN THE LOGARITHMIC NUMBER SYSTEM DOMAIN
    Syed Asad Alam, Oscar Gustafsson    Download Full Text

    Logarithmic number system (LNS) is an attractive alternative to realize finite-length impulse response filters because of multiplication in the linear domain being only addition in the logarithmic domain. In the literature, linear coefficients are directly replaced by the logarithmic equivalent. In this paper, an approach to directly optimize the finite word length coefficients in the LNS ...

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