Authors: K. Walus, A. Vetteth, G.A. Jullien and V.S. Dimitrov
Affilation: ATIPS Laboratory, Canada
Pages: 160 - 163
Keywords: quantum-dot cellular automata, circulating memory, parallel random-access memory
One of the most novel and powerful emerging nanotechnologies is quantum computing. This paper proposes a design for a parallel random-access memory (RAM) using Quantum-Dot Cellular Automata (QCA). QCA has the potential of becoming the technology of choice at the nano-scale. The RAM design is based on a simple 2-dimensional grid of identical memory cells, addressed by row using a QCA decoder. The proposed memory has storage capacity > 1.6 Gbit/cm2.
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