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DIFFERENTIAL IMPLEMENTATIONS OF THRESHOLD LOGIC GATES , J.M. Quintana 2)
 

Summary: DIFFERENTIAL IMPLEMENTATIONS OF THRESHOLD LOGIC GATES
V. Beiu 1)
, J.M. Quintana 2)
, M.J. Avedilo 2)
, R. Andonie 3)
1)
School of Electrical Engineer and Computer Science, Washington State University Pullman, WA 99164-2752, USA
2)
Centro National de Microelectrónica (CNM), Universty of Sevilla, Edificio CICA, Avda. Reina Mercedes s/n, 41012­Sevilla, Spain
3)
Department of Electronics and Computers, "Transilvania" University of Braov, Braov 2200, Romania
ABSTRACT
2. CAPACITIVE SOLUTIONS
This paper reviews differential implementations of threshold
logic gates, detailing two classes of solutions: capacitive
(switched capacitor and floating gate), and conductance/current.
The concept underlying capacitive TLGs is the use of an array of
capacitors to implement the weighted sum of inputs. The idea
was introduced as early as 1966 [6]. Capacitive TLGs can be
classified into two major groups: Capacitive Threshold Logic

  

Source: Andonie, Razvan - Department of Computer Science, Central Washington University

 

Collections: Computer Technologies and Information Sciences