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An Efficient High-Performance Vedic Multiplier: Review

Ravindra Suryavanshi

email ravindrasu39@gmail.com

Sweta Khare

Dept. of ECE, Scope college of Engineering, Bhopal, India


Multipliers are the most essential block of any processor. Multiplication is one of the important operations in digital signal processors. The processing speed of a ALU is depends on its logic algorithm and complexity of hardware circuitry delay. Basically delay is depending on number of bits increases. For efficient processors, delay should minimum; to minimize delay optimized hardware architecture for process is required. Vedic Multipliers are able to deal with the above credential of minimum hardware architecture. In this review a comprehensive analysis of binary multiplication algorithm and Vedic multiplication algorithm has presented.


Vedic multiplier, Vedic multiplier, Highspeed multiplier, binary multiplication algorithm.

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Ravindra Suryavanshi,“An Efficient High-Performance Vedic Multiplier:Review,” International Journal of Advanced Engineering and Management, vol. 2, no. 3, pp. 60-64,  2017. https://ijoaem.org/00203-16


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