A Memristor Based Binary Multiplier - 2017


Memristor may be a two-terminal nanodevice that has recently attracted the eye of the many researchers due to its simple structure, non-volatility behaviour, high-density integration, and low-power consumption. This paper presents and evaluates a novel binary multiplier composed of memristive devices and nanowire crossbar arrays. Using the proposed multiplier instead of usual digital circuits, the amount of digital gates are a significant challenge for implementing combinational logic in hybrid circuits will be reduced. The proposed memristor-based mostly multiplier needs 20 memristor devices and it performs multiplication with 8 computational steps.

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