Design of Quantum Gates For Arithmetic And Logic Circuits
The growth in VLSI technology leads to minimization and low power dissipation. With the aim of obtaining low power dissipation, reversible computing is used. Reversible computing is becoming a main research in the low power design that includes quantum computing, nano computing, optical electronics and cryptography. The reversible logic gates consist of the same number of inputs and outputs i.e., there should be one to one mapping between input vectors and output vectors. In this paper, basic arithmetic circuits such as adders, subtractors and multipliers are implemented using cadence tool. A 2-bit and 3-bit array multipliers are implemented using reversible gates. The power consumption of these circuits are compared with arithmetic circuits using basic gates. It is found that the result of the arithmetic circuits using quantum gates out performs with the one which uses basic gates.