2013 Implementation of digital probabilistic systems immune to noise and radiation
Design of a digital circuit capable of operating under adverse conditions of electromagnetic noise or radiation.
The present invention relates to the design of a digital circuit that is capable of operating under adverse conditions of electromagnetic noise or radiation. It is about the discovery of a new functionality for ESL logic. This new functionality, which has been discovered, raises the interest in ESL logic oriented to its applicability to high radiation environments.
Digital circuit that presents a robust and immune solution to electromagnetic noise for the implementation of digital systems in hostile environments, such as space applications, nuclear sites with high levels of radiation, military applications as a countermeasure in electronic warfare, etc.
- Greater applicability, being a complete logic and alternative to Boolean
- Greater flexibility when designing, unlike evolutionary hardware systems
- Greater robustness respect to noise
Use of own probabilistic computing techniques, which are postulated as the relay of the classic forms of computation used today to comply with Moore's law in the microelectronics industry.
Currently, an ESL digital system has been implemented and noise has been injected into its inputs, thus verifying how the results provided by the logic did not vary.