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ElecEng Congresses with Published Papers
GC-ElecEng 2020, Valencia
GC-ElecEng 2021, Valencia
Papers Published at GC-ElecEng 2021
All 11 Papers
IDAuthors and TitlePages
43.Cnf-38 Mr. Aron Kondoro
Ms. Diana Rwegasira
Prof. Imed Dhaou
Prof. Hannu Tenhunen
Trends of using blockchain technology in the smart grid
63.Cnf-75 Mr. Andres Rojas
Prof. Gordana J. Dolecek
Evaluation of Supervised Machine Learning Classification Algorithms for Fingerprint Recognition
62.Cnf-106 Mr. Joan Carles Montero
Ms. Merce Feliu
Dr. Joan Bas
Optical Communications Through Low Orbit Satellites
63.Cnf-140 Dr. Mohammad Al-Mousa
Mr. Nael Sweerky
Dr. Ghassan Samara
Dr. Mohammed Alghanim
Ms. Abla Hussein
Mr. Braa Qadoumi
General Countermeasures of Anti-Forensics Categories
62.Cnf-143 Dr. Ghassan Samara
Mr. Mohammad Hussein
Dr. Khalid Alqawasmi
Alarm System at street junctions (ASSJ) to avoid accidents Using VANET system
43.Cnf-1170 Mr. Zayd Khashshan
Dr. Moudar Zgoul
Optic Flow-based Vision System for Autonomous and Collision-free Navigation of Micro Aerial Vehicles
62.Cnf-1173 Mr. Fernando Salazar-Quiñonez
Prof. Raed Abd-Alhameed
Mr. Andrew Cowley
Mr. Derek Bladen
UHF Radio Extender System for Ship to Shore Communications using 3D SBR for Positioning
63.Cnf-1174 Prof. Gordana J. Dolecek
Improving Characteristics of Compensated Sharpened CIC Decimation Filters
35.Cnf-1175 Ms. Aika Silveira Miura
Ms. Mar Parra Boronat
Prof. Jaime Lloret
Prof. Miguel Rodilla
LED optical sensor prototype to determine dissolved oxygen saturation in water
35.Cnf-1176 Dr. Falih Alkhafaji
Modelling High speed Robotic Arm for Industrial Applications
43.Cnf-1177 Mr. Juan Luis Mayor Puyol
Dr. Victor Monzón Baeza
Bycicle Sharing System Using an IoT Network
39.Cnf-1183 Paper View Page
Title Investigation of the possibility of using Single-Electron Transistors in Digital-to-Time Converters
Authors Mr. Masoud Hakimi Heris, Qazvin Islamic Azad University, Qazvin, Iran
Prof. Rahim Faez, Sharif University of Technology, Tehran, Iran
Abstract Single-Electron-Transistor (SET) features are exploited to improve the performance and the area of digital-to-time domain analog converters. There are two DTCs proposed in this research, DTC1 and DTC2, which have 4 and 8 transistors less compared with previous research, respectively. In the beginning, DTC1 and DTC2, are designed and simulated using CMOS transistors. Afterwards, the area, the power consumption and the delay parameters are discussed. In the rest, the mentioned DTCs are designed and simulated using SET instead of CMOS. Although power consumption and area were extremely reduced, it is shown that the delay parameter had an unacceptable increase. Finally, to overcome delay issue, combination of SET and CMOS was exploited to design and simulate DTCs. The simulations’ results have shown improvement in delay parameter; especially it is found that Hybrid-DTC2 has the best performance in comparison with all designs.
Track EMS: Electronics Modeling and Simulation
Conference 1st Mosharaka International Conference on Electronic Engineering and Applications (MIC-Electronics 2021)
Congress 2021 Global Congress on Electrical Engineering (GC-ElecEng 2021), 10-12 December 2021, Valencia, Spain
Pages --1
Topics Simulation of Nano- and Quantum Devices
Device Modeling and Simulation
ISSN 2227-331X
BibTeX @inproceedings{1183ElecEng2021,
title={Investigation of the possibility of using Single-Electron Transistors in Digital-to-Time Converters },
author={Masoud Hakimi Heris, and Rahim Faez},
booktitle={2021 Global Congress on Electrical Engineering (GC-ElecEng 2021)},
organization={Mosharaka for Research and Studies} }
Paper Views 8 Paper Views Rank 24/524
Paper Downloads 5 Paper Downloads Rank 32/524
GC-ElecEng 2021 Visits: 1645||MIC-Electronics 2021 Visits: 363||EMS Track Visits: 81