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Design of Extendable QCA 4-to-2 Encoder Based on Majority Gate
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 Title & Authors
Design of Extendable QCA 4-to-2 Encoder Based on Majority Gate
Kim, Tae-Hwan; Jeon, Jun-Cheol;
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 Abstract
Encoding means converting or processing form or format of information into the other forms to standardize, secure, improve processing speed, store saving spaces and etc. Also, Encoding is converting the information so as to do transmit other form on the sender`s information to the receiver in Information-Communication. The device that is conducting the processing is called the encoder. In this dissertation, proposes an encoder of the most basic 4-to-2 encoder. proposed encoder consists of two OR-gate and the proposed structure designs and optimize the spacing of the cell for the purpose of minimizing noise between wiring. Through QCADesigner conducts simulation of the proposed encoder and analyzes the results confirm the effectiveness.
 Keywords
Quantum-dot Cellular Automata;Circuit Design;Quantum Computer;Encoder;
 Language
Korean
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