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### Low power high_speed

1. 1. LOW POWER HIGH SPEED MULTIPLIERSSubmitted by: K.NAVYA (09C81AO456) B.BHANU PRASAD (09C81AO416) B.SUVARNA KUMARI(09C81AO426) A.GANDHI (09C81A0401)
2. 2. INTRODUCTION Booth’s multiplication algorithm was invented by ANDREW BOOTH in 1951 This algorithm is particularly useful for machines that can shift bits faster than adding them. Another improvement in the multiplier is by reducing the number of partial products generated. It operates even with signed numbers
3. 3. BRAUN ARRAY MULTIPLIER braun edward louis first proposed the braun multiplier in 1963. it is a simple parallel multiplier that is commonly known as the carry array multiplier. This is restricted to performing multiplication of two unsigned numbers. It consists of an array of and gates and adders arranged in an iterative structure that does not require logic registers. This is also known as the non-additive multiplier since it does not add an additional operand to the result of the multiplication.
4. 4. ARCHITECTURE OF BRAUN MULTIPLIER
5. 5.  An n*n –bit braun multiplier requires n(n-1) adders and n2 and gates . The internal structure of the full adder used in the braun multiplier makes braun multipliers ideal for very large scale integration (vlsi) and application specific integrated circuit (asic) realization. each of the xiyj product bits is generated in parallel with the and gates. Each partial product can be added to the previous sum of partial products by using adders. The carry out signals are shifted one bit to the left and are then added to the sums of the first adder and the new partial product.
6. 6. GENERAL MULTIPLICATION
7. 7. PERFORMANCE : The braun multiplier performs well for unsigned operands that are less than 16 bits, in terms of speed, power and area. Besides, it has a simple and regular structure as compared to the other multiplier schemes. How ever, the number of components required in building the braun multiplier increases quadratically with the number of bits. This makes the braun multiplier inefficient and so it is rarely employed while handling large operands.
8. 8. SPEED CONSIDERATION: The delay of the braun multiplier i is dependent on the delay of the full adder cell and also on the final adder in the last row. In the multiplier array, a full adder with balanced carry and sum delays is desirable because the sum and carry signals are both in the critical path. The speed and power of the full adder is very important for large arrays.
9. 9. BOOTH’S MULTIPLIER A multiplier has two stages. In the first stage, the partial products are generated by the booth encoder and the partial product generator (ppg), and are summed by compressors. In the second stage, the two final products are added to form the final product through a final adder.
10. 10. BLOCK DIAGRAM
11. 11. TRUTH TABLE
12. 12. BOOTH’S MULTIPLICATION
13. 13. OPERATION OF BOOTHMULTIPLIER The booth encoder was implemented using two xor gates and the selector using 3muxes and an inverter careful optimization of the partial-product generation can lead to some substantial delay and hardware reduction. [8] in the normal 8*8 multiplication 8 partial products need to be generated and accumulated. For accumulation seven adders to reduce power are required but in the case of booth
14. 14. SIMULATION OF BRAUN MULTIPLIER
15. 15. SIMULATION OF BOOTH MULTIPLIER
16. 16. ADVANTAGES Booth multiplier operates with high speed It has low complexity Low power consumption It has less access time
17. 17. APPLICATIONS: It is arithmetic operation for dsp applications. Such as ‘filtering ‘, and for fourier transforms. To achieve high execution speed, parallel array multipliers are widely used . These multipliers tend to consume most of power in dsp computions
18. 18. COMPARISON:ARRAY MULTIPLIER BOOTH S MULTIPLIER1.Total power consumption is 1.Total power consumption is267mW. 263mW.2.Time period is 13.553 nsec. 2.Time period is 2.52 nsec.3.It has more complexity. 3.It has less complexity.
19. 19. SUMMARY ANDCONCLUSION the braun array multiplier and booth multiplier was implemented using vhdl and the results are verified for the braun and booth multipliers.
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