Comparison of 32-Bit Hybrid Adders in VHDLJournal of Emerging Technologies and Innovative Research (2016)
This paper describes the comparison between the hybrid adders. Adders are always used in many data-processing systems to perform fast arithmetic operations. The carry select adder (CSA) is a high speed adder. It provides good compromise between RCA and CLA. The ripple carry adder (RCA) has a most compact design but it takes longer computation time. The time critical applications uses carry look-ahead adder (CLA) to derive fast result but it required a large area. In this work we compared hybrid adders on the basis of delay, power and area. This design has been synthesized by Spartan 3 family with XC3S400 device.
- carry select adder,
- Ripple carry adder,
- Carry look-ahead adder,
- VHDL code
Publication DateSummer June 15, 2016
Citation InformationViraj V. Gotmare and Pankaj Agrawal. "Comparison of 32-Bit Hybrid Adders in VHDL" Journal of Emerging Technologies and Innovative Research Vol. 3 Iss. 6 (2016) p. 107 - 109 ISSN: 2349-5162
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