PROJECT TITLE :
Robust Serial Nanocommunication With QCA
We have a tendency to present a serial communication system implemented as quantum-dot cellular automata (QCA). QCA could be a promising alternative to this CMOS technology. It will be implemented at the nanoscale, reaching ultra-low power consumption and high clock rate. Communication systems are necessary in current computer systems and it is expected to be even a lot of important in close to future. Although QCA has been widely studied in the development of logic circuits, there are few studies applying this promising technology to the planning of communication systems. In a very bottom-up approach, we tend to describe the parallel-to-serial and serial-to-parallel converters, that are essential to the serial communication. We have a tendency to also propose and present components for strong communication, like QCA circuits for Hamming code and parity checker. We have a tendency to demonstrate the functionality, check and validate the proposed architectures using QCADesigner simulator. Due to the importance of communication systems, this study is central in consolidating QCA as a possible CMOS substitute.
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