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Nanoelectronic Device Applications Handbook by Krzysztof Iniewski, James E. Morris

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19

LINA-QCA

Theory, Design, and Viable Implementation Strategies

Loyd R. Hook IV and Samuel C. Lee

CONTENTS

19.1 Introduction

19.2 Theory and Advantages of LINA

19.3 LINA Logic Structures and Circuitry

19.3.1 LINA Logic Structures

19.3.2 Layout of LINA Blocks

19.4 LINA Design Space: Power, Speed, Reliability

19.5 Design Example: Design and Simulation of a Room Temperature, Reliability >0.99999 Full Adder

19.6 Conclusions

References

19.1  INTRODUCTION

Researchers have been predicting limitations to the size scaling for CMOS (complementary metal–oxide–semiconductor)-integrated circuitry for many years. Often, these limits have been overcome and extended to smaller and smaller sizes [1]. However, as the CMOS minimum feature size has continued ...

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