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Design and characterisation of a CMOS VLSI self-timed multiplier architecture based on a bit-level pipelined-array structure

AuthorsAcosta, Antonio José ; Barriga, Angel ; Bellido, M. J.; Valencia-Barrero, M. ; Huertas-Díaz, J. L.
Issue Date1998
PublisherInstitute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers
CitationIEE Proceedings Circuits, Devices and Systems 145(4): 247-253 (1998)
AbstractThe authors describe the design, integration and characterisation of a bit-level pipelined self-timed multiplier architecture. The differential structure SODS (switched-output differential structure) has been used for computation blocks and the PLCAR structure (protocol and latching controlled by acknowledge and request) for the interface blocks, introduced in an array-based architecture. A 4 x 4-bit multiplier has been integrated in a l.Oum CMOS technology and the proposed architecture has been compared with other asynchronous approaches, showing a considerable improvement, up to 50% in terms of area, speed and power consumption. Compared with a synchronous approach, the main advantage of the proposed architecture is a lower power consumption below a certain incoming input data rate, but at the expense of area and speed. © IEE, 1998.
Identifiersdoi: 10.1049/ip-cds:19982125
issn: 1350-2409
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