Publication Type:

Conference Proceedings

Source:

2017 International Conference on Advances in Computing, Communications and Informatics (ICACCI), p.2279-2283 (2017)

Keywords:

Complexity theory, Cryptography, Delays, DNA computation, flip flop, flip-flops, Logic design, Logic gates, Low Power digital system designs, low-power electronics, ModelSIM Quartus 6.5, multiplier and accumulators design, multiplying circuits, NLFSR, nonreversible NLFSR design, power, quantum computational systems, quantum computing, quantum cost, Reversible Logic, reversible NLFSR design, reversible nonlinear shift register designs, Sayem Gate, Shift registers, Switches, Synopsys Design Compiler Tool

Abstract:

Reversibility is among the rapidly evolving areas of system design, where the design has ideally zero power dissipation. Considerable research and designs have been developed in this field and the recent designs of MACs (Multiplier and Accumulators) and memory elements in reversible logic are still a budding field of research. Reversible logic is a very promising choice for quantum computational systems, DNA computation and other Low Power digital system designs. Here, we propose three novel reversible Non-Linear Shift Register (NLFSR) designs. The proposed designs are implemented and compared in terms of area and power with a conventional non-reversible NLFSR design using the Synopsys Design Compiler Tool and ModelSIM Quartus 6.5. The proposed novel designs give a considerable reduction in switching power, when compared with the conventional design.

Cite this Research Publication

N. Krishna, Murugappan, V., Harish, R., Midhun, M., and Prabhu E., “Design of a Novel Reversible Nlfsr”, 2017 International Conference on Advances in Computing, Communications and Informatics (ICACCI). pp. 2279-2283, 2017.