Analysis for VLSI Based Multipliers for High Speed Low Power Design Strategies
One of the key problems discussed in nanometer design is the low power creation of complex CMOS circuits. The transistor density increases significantly with the introduction of millions and billions of transistors on a single chip, resulting in more and more complex applications implemented on a single chip. Design time is another major challenge which forces designers to address the need to optimize chip performance over a very short period of time. Designers rely upon new methodologies and ready-mix solutions to optimize the field, time and resources to ensure the design is accomplished in the initial iteration. Signal processing and communication block sets are important issues, given that technological breakthroughs lead to new generation technologies which promote higher bandwidth and better signal quality. For an increasingly rising operating frequency, efficient, faster, and low-performance circuits need data processing. Throughout all levels of the design process, power management must be carried out. New methods must be implemented on the basis of hierarchical stages of design architecture. Energy saving in complex CMOS circuits is accomplished through the detection and compensation of major sources of power dissipation by correct design techniques. The techniques provided for the design of complex signal processing and communication blocks needed for 4 G, WiMax and wireless LAN applications may be common and adopted in this work.