Hybrid memristor-CMOS based FIR filter design
Springer Proceedings in Complexity
CMOS technology appears to reach its limit in terms of scaling. Thus, Memristor devices are emerged, as a solution to overcome this problem, as data can be stored with high precision in memristor devices. This paper, presents a compact, low power design of hybrid Memristor-CMOS based Finite Impulse Response (FIR) filter, with reasonable performance compared to the CMOS based design. The proposed design has been described using Verilog High Description Language (HDL) and tested with Cadence design systems, NC-Verilog and Matlab. The simulation results have shown that the behavioral model of the design can distinguish between all input signals and passes only signals with the desired frequency. The proposed hybrid memristor-CMOS based FIR is shown to be more efficient in terms of area, consumed power and delay.
Alammari, K.; Sasi, A.; Ahmadi, M.; Ahmadi, A.; and Saif, M.. (2020). Hybrid memristor-CMOS based FIR filter design. Springer Proceedings in Complexity, 91-99.