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Journal of Computational Electronics

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Lead position and lead-ring coupling effects on the spin-dependent transport properties in a two-dimensional network of quantum nanorings in the presence of Rashba spin–orbit interaction

The effects of lead positions and lead-ring coupling regimes are investigated for spin-related transport through a two-dimensional network of quantum nanorings (2DNQRs) considering Rashba spin–orbit interaction (RSOI) and magnetic flux. A matrix …


Optimum design of a new ultra-wideband LNA using heuristic multiobjective optimization

This paper presents an optimum design of an ultra-wideband (UWB) 2.5–10.5-GHz low-noise amplifier (LNA) in 180-nm and 65-nm radiofrequency (RF)-complementary metal–oxide–semiconductor (CMOS) technology. A novel input matching network employing …


Design of bioinspired tripartite synapse analog integrated circuit in 65-nm CMOS Technology

This paper presents the design of a bioinspired synaptic integrated circuit, which takes into account the interactions of astrocyte in a tripartite synapse. These interactions result in activation of Ca2+ ion waves through fast and slow activation …


Ternary inverter gate designs using OPV5-based single-molecule field-effect transistors

Over recent decades, much effort has been invested in the implementation of digital circuits using multivalued and fuzzy logic, as they are more similar to real-world arithmetic and logic. Ternary logic can be implemented in molecular electronics …


Magnetic nonvolatile flip-flops with spin-Hall assistance for power gating in ternary systems

In this paper, two ternary nonvolatile magnetic flip-flops are proposed to provide power gating in ternary systems. The proposed designs sequence ternary data in ternary data paths in their normal function. Furthermore, they can backup and restore …

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The Journal of Computational Electronics brings together research on the full spectrum of modeling and simulation of modern electronics. It addresses optical, electronic, mechanical, and quantum mechanical aspects of the field. Research into the underlying mathematical algorithms and computational details is also highlighted. In addition, the journal examines the related areas of molecular and biological systems in which the thrust is on transport, mechanical, and optical properties. Lastly, the journal draws special attention to the advances and challenges arising from applications in multiscale problems.

Specific areas explored include semiconductor devices, optical devices, process simulation, nano-electro-mechanical systems, mathematical approaches, correlated areas, and open quantum systems.

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