alexa Abstract | A Review Article On Design Techniques for Low Power Consumption in a Storage Element
ISSN ONLINE(2320-9801) PRINT (2320-9798)

International Journal of Innovative Research in Computer and Communication Engineering
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Now a day, There has been increasing demand for high speed digital circuits at low power consumption. The increasing importance of low power consumption is due to ever decreasing the feature size of microelectronic circuits. Low power device design is now a vital field of Research due to increase the demand of portable devices .In this paper an approach is presented For minimizing the power consumption for digital system. This paper gives an overview of minimizing the power consumption in a digital storage elements, like FlipFlops,Latches etc.Flip Flops are basic storage elements in digital circuits .In this paper some techniques is discussed for low power consumption in a storage element. The Techniques are as, GDI(Gate diffusion input) Technique and Modified GDI Technique. The low power techniques that are presented have been applied to design of low power digital storage elements .

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Author(s): Hardeep Kaur, Sukhdeep Kaur, Er.poonam Rani

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