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SUBMITTED TO:

Dr. SUDHANSHU CHAUDHARY

Asst. Professor
SUBMITTED BY:
DHAN RAJ SHEHRAWAT
R.N. 3136511

M.TECH. EMBEDDED SYSTEM

SCHOOL OF VLSI DESIGN & EMBEDDED SYSTEM
N.I.T. KURUKSHETRA

ONE BIT FULL ADDER

The purpose of this assignment is to introduce an essential component to binary computation - a full adder. For simplification the single bit full adder
will be considered (from which the device can be scaled to multiple bits). Input-to-Sum and Carry-in to Carry-out timing restrictions are also factored
into this sizing consideration.
The (non-optimized) full adder's functionality using MUX is summarized in Figure below.

TRUTH TABLE OF ONE BIT FULL ADDER

The behavioral description focuses on block behavior. Figure 7 shows how two instances of the same building block, the half adder, can be used to
implement a full adder using a structural approach.

WHAT IS A ONE-BIT FULL ADDER

A one-bit full adder is a device with three single bit binary inputs (A, B, Cin) and two single bit binary outputs (Sum, C-out). Having both carry in and
carry out capabilities, the full adder is highly scalable and found in many cascaded circuit implementations.
The basic logic functions of the full adder can be summarized in the truth table (right). From the truth table it can be seen that the full adder can be
trivially constructed with two half adders. The full adder can also be decomposed into the following logical relationships:

1-BIT FULL ADDER LOGIC FUNCTION:

Using K-Map Technique:
Sum = A XOR B XOR C
= ABC + ABC + ABC + ABC
Carry_out = AB + AC + BC

Exercise: Show that the sum function can be written as shown at left

Sum = ABC + (A + B + C) Carry_out

This alternate representation of the sum function allows the 1-bit full adder to be implemented in complex CMOS with 28 transistors, as shown
at left below.

Carry_out internal node is used as an input to the adder complex CMOS gate

Exercise: Show that the two P-trees in the complex CMOS gates of the carry_out and sum are optimizations of the proper dual
derivations from the two N-tree networks.

HOW THE
SUM

SUM

[(ABC + ABC + ABC + ABC)]

[AAB + AAC + ABC + ABB + ABC + BBC + ABC +ACC + BCC + ABC]

[(BC) + {A(B+C)}.(A+B+C) + ABC]

[(AB+BC+AB).(A+B+C) + ABC]

(AB+BC+AB).(A+B+C) + ABC

Finally, Fig. above shows the circuit diagram of a CMOS one-bit full adder. The circuit has three inputs, and two outputs, sum and carry_out. All input
and output signals have been arranged in vertical polysilicon columns. Notice that both the sum-circuit and the carry-circuit have been realized using one
uninterrupted active area each.

FILE EXTRACTED FROM LAYOUT

* Circuit Extracted by Tanner Research's L-Edit Version 13.00 / Extract Version 13.00 ;
* TDB File: C:\Tanner Tools v13.0\L-Edit and LVS\Tech\Mosis\FA_1bit.tdb
* Cell: Cell0 Version 1.02
* Extract Definition File: mamin08.ext
* Extract Date and Time: 09/18/2013 - 21:37
.include mamin08.md
* Warning:
*

<PMOS Capacitor>

<NMOS Capacitor>

<PCAP Capacitor>

<subs>

<allsubs>

<Metal1>

<poly wire>

<pcap wire>

<Metal2>

<LPNP emitter>

<LPNP collector>

<POLY_CAP1>

* Warning:

<NMOS Capacitor>

<PMOS Capacitor>

<PCAP Capacitor>

<ndiff>

<pdiff>

<subs>

<allsubs>

<Metal1>

<poly wire>

<pcap wire>

<Metal2>

<LPNP emitter>

<LPNP collector>

<POLY_CAP1>

*

12 = Cout (-22 , -10.5)

13 = Ain (-22.5 , 3)

17 = GND (-20 , -53.5)

Cpar1 1 0 C=8.744f
Cpar2 6 0 C=17.488f
Cpar3 7 0 C=7.168f
Cpar4 8 0 C=27.048f
* Warning: Node 11 has zero nodal parasitic capacitance.
Cpar5 12 0 C=8.744f

* Warning: Node 13 has zero nodal parasitic capacitance.

* Warning: Node 14 has zero nodal parasitic capacitance.
Cpar6 15 0 C=10.288f
Cpar7 16 0 C=34.776f
Cpar8 17 0 C=16.64f
Cpar9 18 0 C=20.608f
* Warning: Node 20 has zero nodal parasitic capacitance.
* Warning: Node 21 has zero nodal parasitic capacitance.

M23 17 13 3 20 NMOS L=1u W=2u AD=18p PD=18u AS=3.5p PS=5.5u

M22 2 11 3 20 NMOS L=1u W=2u AD=3.5p PD=5.5u AS=3.5p PS=5.5u

M21 2 14 6 20 NMOS L=1u W=2u AD=3.5p PD=5.5u AS=18p PS=18u

M20 6 15 8 21 PMOS L=1u W=4u AD=20p PD=18u AS=20p PS=18u
M19 8 14 16 21 PMOS L=1u W=4u AD=20p PD=18u AS=12p PS=10u
M18 10 14 15 21 PMOS L=1u W=4u AD=7p PD=7.5u AS=12p PS=10u

\$ (204 -35 206 -31)

\$ (195 -35 197 -31)
\$ (117 6 119 14)
\$ (142 6 144 14)
\$ (83 6 85 14)

M15 18 11 10 21 PMOS L=1u W=4u AD=20p PD=18u AS=7p PS=7.5u

M14 6 15 7 20 NMOS L=1u W=2u AD=18p PD=18u AS=18p PS=18u
M13 7 14 17 20 NMOS L=1u W=2u AD=18p PD=18u AS=10p PS=10u
M12 9 14 15 20 NMOS L=1u W=2u AD=3.5p PD=5.5u AS=10p PS=10u

\$ (92 6 94 14)
\$ (117 -35 119 -31)
\$ (142 -35 144 -31)
\$ (83 -35 85 -31)

\$ (41 6 43 14)

\$ (69 6 71 14)

\$ (55 6 57 14)

\$ (16 6 18 14)

\$ (16 -35 18 -31)

* Total Nodes: 21
* Total Elements: 37
* Total Number of Shorted Elements not written to the SPICE file: 0
* Output Generation Elapsed Time: 0.000 sec
* Total Extract Elapsed Time: 2.371 sec
.END

FILE CREATED FOR T-SPICE SIMULATION

* Circuit Extracted by Tanner Research's L-Edit Version 13.00 / Extract Version 13.00 ;
* TDB File:
* Cell:

Cell0

Version 1.02

* Extract Definition File:

* Extract Date and Time:

mamin08.ext
09/18/2013 - 21:37

*

12 = Cout (-22 , -10.5)

13 = Ain (-22.5 , 3)

VDD 16 0 5
VGND 17 0 0

VAin 13 0 PULSE (0 5 0 1ns 1ns 30ns 60ns)

VBin 14 0 PULSE (0 5 0 1ns 1ns 60ns 120ns)
VCin 11 0 PULSE (0 5 0 1ns 1ns 15ns 30ns)

.print tran v(1,0) v(12,0) v(13,0) v(14,0) v(11,0)

.tran 2ns 200ns start=2ns

Cpar1 1 0 C=8.744f
Cpar2 6 0 C=17.488f
Cpar3 7 0 C=7.168f
Cpar4 8 0 C=27.048f
* Warning: Node 11 has zero nodal parasitic capacitance.
Cpar5 12 0 C=8.744f
* Warning: Node 13 has zero nodal parasitic capacitance.
* Warning: Node 14 has zero nodal parasitic capacitance.
Cpar6 15 0 C=10.288f
Cpar7 16 0 C=34.776f
Cpar8 17 0 C=16.64f
Cpar9 18 0 C=20.608f
* Warning: Node 20 has zero nodal parasitic capacitance.
* Warning: Node 21 has zero nodal parasitic capacitance.

M23 17 13 3 20 NMOS L=1u W=2u AD=18p PD=18u AS=3.5p PS=5.5u

M22 2 11 3 20 NMOS L=1u W=2u AD=3.5p PD=5.5u AS=3.5p PS=5.5u

M21 2 14 6 20 NMOS L=1u W=2u AD=3.5p PD=5.5u AS=18p PS=18u

M20 6 15 8 21 PMOS L=1u W=4u AD=20p PD=18u AS=20p PS=18u
M19 8 14 16 21 PMOS L=1u W=4u AD=20p PD=18u AS=12p PS=10u
M18 10 14 15 21 PMOS L=1u W=4u AD=7p PD=7.5u AS=12p PS=10u

\$ (204 -35 206 -31)

\$ (195 -35 197 -31)
\$ (117 6 119 14)
\$ (142 6 144 14)
\$ (83 6 85 14)

M15 18 11 10 21 PMOS L=1u W=4u AD=20p PD=18u AS=7p PS=7.5u

M14 6 15 7 20 NMOS L=1u W=2u AD=18p PD=18u AS=18p PS=18u
M13 7 14 17 20 NMOS L=1u W=2u AD=18p PD=18u AS=10p PS=10u
M12 9 14 15 20 NMOS L=1u W=2u AD=3.5p PD=5.5u AS=10p PS=10u

\$ (92 6 94 14)
\$ (117 -35 119 -31)
\$ (142 -35 144 -31)
\$ (83 -35 85 -31)

\$ (41 6 43 14)

\$ (69 6 71 14)

\$ (55 6 57 14)

\$ (16 6 18 14)

\$ (16 -35 18 -31)

* Total Nodes: 21
* Total Elements: 37
* Total Number of Shorted Elements not written to the SPICE file: 0
* Output Generation Elapsed Time: 0.000 sec
* Total Extract Elapsed Time: 2.371 sec
.END

OUTPUT GENERATED BY T-SPICE AFTER SIMULATION

* T-Spice 13.00 Simulation

Wed Sep 18 21:47:29 2013

C:\Users\DhanRajShehrawat\Pictures\FA_1bit.spc

* Command line: tspice -o C:\Users\DhanRajShehrawat\Pictures\FA_1bit.out

C:\Users\DhanRajShehrawat\Pictures\FA_1bit.spc
* T-Spice Win32 13.00.20080321.01:01:33

* Accuracy and Convergence options:

* numndset|dchold = 100
*
* Timestep and Integration options:
* relq|relchgtol = 0.0005
*
* Model Evaluation options:
*
*

dcap = 2
defnrs = 0 [sq]

defnrb = 0 [sq]
tnom = 25 [deg C]

*
* General options:
*

temp = 25 [deg C]

*
* Output options:

defnrd = 0 [sq]

acout = 1

ingold = 0

*
* Device and node counts:
*

MOSFETs - 28

BJTs - 0

MESFETs - 0

Capacitors - 9

Inductors - 0

* Transmission lines - 0
*

Voltage sources - 5

MOSFET geometries - 32
JFETs - 0
Diodes - 0
Resistors - 0
Mutual inductors - 0
Coupled transmission lines - 0
Current sources - 0

VCVS - 0

VCCS - 0

CCVS - 0

CCCS - 0

V-control switch - 0

Macro devices - 0

HDL devices - 0

Subcircuits - 0

Independent nodes - 16

Total nodes - 22

I-control switch - 0
External C model instances - 0

Subcircuit instances - 0
Boundary nodes - 6

*SEDIT: Alter=0
*SEDIT: Analysis types DCOP 0 ACMODEL 0 AC 0 TRANSIENT 1 TRANSFER 0 NOISE 0

*WEDIT: .tran

2e-009

2e-007 START= 2e-009

TRANSIENT ANALYSIS
Time<s>

v(1,0)<V>

v(12,0)<V>

v(13,0)<V>

v(14,0)<V>

v(11,0)<V>

2.000000e-009 4.6632e+000 4.9957e+000 5.0000e+000 5.0000e+000 5.0000e+000

------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------SO ON
* Parsing

0.02 seconds

* Setup

0.09 seconds

* DC operating point

0.06 seconds

* Transient Analysis

0.79 seconds