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IJSTR >> Volume 9 - Issue 3, March 2020 Edition



International Journal of Scientific & Technology Research  
International Journal of Scientific & Technology Research

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ISSN 2277-8616



Design And Simulation Of Quantum Adder Using Ibm Quantum Experience

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AUTHOR(S)

G.Ravivarma, K.Gavaskar, N.S.Kavitha

 

KEYWORDS

Full Adder, Moore’s Law, Qubit, Quantum computing, Quantum gates, Quantum mechanics.

 

ABSTRACT

The use of unique quantum mechanical properties, such as superposition and entanglement, makes the quantum machines used to carry out operations with information. The fundamental theory of quantum computation is that the quantum belongings of particles can be used to symbolize and organize data. In conventional system, there are only two possible states either 1 or 0 that is stored in memory cells. But in the case of quantum system, the so called qubit, which holds 1 or 0 or a superposition of both. Moore who has predicted that quantity of transistors gets doubled for every 18 months in an IC. Now 5 nm node is the technology node followed by 7nm. Classical adder is made of CMOS transistor, further shrinking leads to quantum behavior as it is limited by the phenomena called quantum tunneling. Like classical gates such as OR, AND, NOT, NOR, NAND, EXOR, whereas in quantum, make use of X gate, Hadamard (H) gate, Z gate, S gate, T gate, Toffoli (CCNOT) gate. Operations like addition, subtraction, multiplication, etc can be done in quantum computing. The proposed quantum full adder is designed and simulated in IBM quantum experience.

 

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