Over the past decade, different adiabatic logic styles for low-power applications have been published. Due to the ever shrinking transistor sizes, devices are able to operate at lower potential differences. On the other hand, submicron technological phenomena like short-channel effect are gaining more influence in determining the behavior of devices. To account for these technological differences and advancements, this paper compares and analyzes the performance of various adiabatic logic styles in a uniform environment using a standard 0.18 μm CMOS technology.

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Conference Conference Proceedings - 2nd Annual IEEE Northeast Workshop on Circuits and Systems, NEWCAS 2004
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Arsalan, M, & Shams, M. (2004). An investigation into transistor-based adiabatic logic styles. Presented at the Conference Proceedings - 2nd Annual IEEE Northeast Workshop on Circuits and Systems, NEWCAS 2004.