A Partially Static High Frequency 18T Hybrid Topological Flip-Flop Design for Low Power Application

Also Available Domains Tanner EDA|Cadence EDA|Low Power VLSI

Project Code :TVMABE195


The main aim of this project is to design master slave flip-flop using adaptive coupling techniques with minimum number of transistors in order to reduce power consumption.


This paper presenting a different configuration of Flip-Flop with less number of transistor count. This structure depends on three configurations such as topological, logical and adaptive coupling techniques. This structure is designed using Complementary pass transistor logic. This novel design is simulated in TANNER EDA 13.0 /CADENCE VIRTUOSO employing GPDK library files. 

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Software Requirements:


·         Technology files: GPDK 45nm

Hardware Requirements:

·         Microsoft® Windows XP

·         Intel® Pentium® 4 processor or Pentium 4 equivalent with SSE support

·         512 MB RAM

·         100 MB of available disk space

Learning Outcomes

Learning Outcomes:

  • Introduction to FlipFlop
    • Applications of Flipflops
    • Different design styles in Flipflops
  • Knowledge on CMOS Configurations
    • Transmission Gate Logic
    • Pass Transistor Logic
    • Complementary PTL
  • Transistors & its applications

o   Types of Transistors

o   Logic Gates using Transistors

o   Pull Up and Pull Down networks

o   Importance of Transistors

  • MOS Fundamentals
  • NMOS/PMOS/CMOS Technologies
  • How to design circuits using Transistor logic?
  • Transistor level design for FF.
  • How to design low power, high speed area efficient transistor level circuits?
  • Drawbacks in CMOS technology
  • Scope of  FF in today’s world
  • Applications in real time
  • TANNER EDA 13.0 /CADENCE VIRTUOSO tool for design and simulation
  • Solution providing for real time problems

·         Project Development Skills:

o   Problem Analysis Skills

o   Problem Solving Skills

o   Logical Skills

o   Designing Skills

o   Testing Skills

o   Debugging Skills

o   Presentation skills

o   Thesis Writing Skills

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