Low Power 3-Bit Encoder Design using Memristor

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Project Code :TVMATO1024


In this paper, 3-bit encoder using memristors is proposed. And this architecture is also compared with 3-bit encoder using CMOS and PSEUDO NMOS Logic.


Abstract: This paper presents the design of encoder in three different configurations such as CMOS Logic, Memristor Logic and Pseudo NMOS Logic. The encoder designed is of 3-bit encoder. The proposed 3-bit encoder using memristor logic dissipates low power as compared to cmos logic and also pseudo nmos logic. This entire schematics of encoder in these three configurations is simulated using LTspice.

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Software Requirements:

·         LT-Spice

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 Digital Electronic
    • Basic knowledge on logic gates
  • Introduction to Combinational Circuits
  • Knowledge on Encoders
    • Different types of Encoders
    • Applications
  • Introduction to Pseudo NMOS Logic
  • Introduction to Memristor Logic
  • Importance of Transistors
    • MOS Fundamentals
    •  NMOS/PMOS/CMOS Technologies
    • How to design circuits using Transistor logic?
    •  Transistor level design for Encoder
    • How to design Encoder using Pseudo NMOS and Memristor
    • Introduction to Analog Electronics
    • Importance of Memristor
    • Scope of  Memristor  in today’s world
    • Applications in Real time.
  • LT-spice tool for design and simulation
  • Solution providing for real time problems
    • Project Development Skills:
      •  Problem Analysis Skills
      • Problem Solving Skills
      • Logical Skills
      • Designing Skills
      • Testing Skills
      • Debugging Skills
      • Presentation skills
      • Thesis Writing Skills

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