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2-Bit Divider Circuit Implementation Using Single Spin Logic Paradigm

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This paper presents the design of 2-bit Binary Divider using Quantum Dots (QDs) in Single Spin Logic (SSL) paradigm where single electron hosted in QDs act as binary logic device in which spin orientation of electrons encodes the bit information in presence of weak magnetic field. Information is transmitted from one spin to next via nearest-neighbor exchange interaction. Major advantages of SSL is lesser power dissipation, improved speed and dense structures.
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Keywords: DIVIDER; QUANTUM DOTS; SINGLE SPIN LOGIC

Document Type: Research Article

Publication date: November 1, 2014

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