Yıl: 2021 Cilt: 11 Sayı: 2 Sayfa Aralığı: 200 - 208 Metin Dili: İngilizce DOI: 10.36222/ejt.931338 İndeks Tarihi: 23-09-2022

Investigation of Power Consumption Effect of Various Memristor Emulators on a Logic Gate

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Memristor, also known as memory resistor, is considered as the fourth passive electronic element expressing the relationship between magnetic flux and electric charge. One of the most important features of the memristor is that it has low power consumption. Minimizing power consumption is an important issue in the electronic circuits. However, the fact that the memristor element was not yet fully manufactured has led researchers to design memristor-like emulator circuits. These circuits, which approximate the memristor properties, are realized by combining the other existing electronic elements. In this paper, a basic NAND logic gate is considered and the change in power consumption when using a memristor instead of the standard resistor in the gate circuit is examined. For this purpose, the NAND logic circuit was constituted for four different memristor emulators, and the power consumption values of these circuits were obtained by simulation and experiments. These values are compared with the power consumption values of NAND circuits obtained by using standard resistors equivalent to the memristor resistance. The results clearly show that the memristor gate circuits reduce power consumption compared to standard resistive gate circuits.
Anahtar Kelime: Memristor Memristive systems Memristor emulators NAND gate Power consumption

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APA Gürsul S, HAMAMCI S (2021). Investigation of Power Consumption Effect of Various Memristor Emulators on a Logic Gate. , 200 - 208. 10.36222/ejt.931338
Chicago Gürsul Sevgi,HAMAMCI SERDAR ETHEM Investigation of Power Consumption Effect of Various Memristor Emulators on a Logic Gate. (2021): 200 - 208. 10.36222/ejt.931338
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Vancouver Gürsul S,HAMAMCI S Investigation of Power Consumption Effect of Various Memristor Emulators on a Logic Gate. . 2021; 200 - 208. 10.36222/ejt.931338
IEEE Gürsul S,HAMAMCI S "Investigation of Power Consumption Effect of Various Memristor Emulators on a Logic Gate." , ss.200 - 208, 2021. 10.36222/ejt.931338
ISNAD Gürsul, Sevgi - HAMAMCI, SERDAR ETHEM. "Investigation of Power Consumption Effect of Various Memristor Emulators on a Logic Gate". (2021), 200-208. https://doi.org/10.36222/ejt.931338
APA Gürsul S, HAMAMCI S (2021). Investigation of Power Consumption Effect of Various Memristor Emulators on a Logic Gate. European Journal of Technique, 11(2), 200 - 208. 10.36222/ejt.931338
Chicago Gürsul Sevgi,HAMAMCI SERDAR ETHEM Investigation of Power Consumption Effect of Various Memristor Emulators on a Logic Gate. European Journal of Technique 11, no.2 (2021): 200 - 208. 10.36222/ejt.931338
MLA Gürsul Sevgi,HAMAMCI SERDAR ETHEM Investigation of Power Consumption Effect of Various Memristor Emulators on a Logic Gate. European Journal of Technique, vol.11, no.2, 2021, ss.200 - 208. 10.36222/ejt.931338
AMA Gürsul S,HAMAMCI S Investigation of Power Consumption Effect of Various Memristor Emulators on a Logic Gate. European Journal of Technique. 2021; 11(2): 200 - 208. 10.36222/ejt.931338
Vancouver Gürsul S,HAMAMCI S Investigation of Power Consumption Effect of Various Memristor Emulators on a Logic Gate. European Journal of Technique. 2021; 11(2): 200 - 208. 10.36222/ejt.931338
IEEE Gürsul S,HAMAMCI S "Investigation of Power Consumption Effect of Various Memristor Emulators on a Logic Gate." European Journal of Technique, 11, ss.200 - 208, 2021. 10.36222/ejt.931338
ISNAD Gürsul, Sevgi - HAMAMCI, SERDAR ETHEM. "Investigation of Power Consumption Effect of Various Memristor Emulators on a Logic Gate". European Journal of Technique 11/2 (2021), 200-208. https://doi.org/10.36222/ejt.931338