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11.4.2 Nanoscale Logic Gates and Computational Circuits High-yield assembly of crossed NW p-n diodes and cNW-FETs from p-Si and n-GaN materials enables more complex functional electronic circuits, such as logic gates, to be produced. Logic gates are critical blocks of hardware in current computing systems, producing a logic-1 and logic-0 output when the input logic requirements are satis ed. Diodes and transistors represent two basic device elements in logic gates.56 Transistors are more typically used in current computing systems because they can exhibit voltage gain. Diodes do not usually exhibit voltage gain, although they may also be desirable in some cases56; for example, the circuit architecture and constraints on the assembly of nanoelectronics might be simpli ed using diodes because they are twoterminal devices, in contrast to three-terminal transistors. In addition, by combining diodes and transistors in logic circuits, it is possible to achieve high voltage gain, while maintaining a simpli ed device architecture. Importantly, the exibility of bottom-up assembly readily allows integration of diode- and FET-based logic.57 For example, a two-input logic OR gate was realized using a 2(p) by 1(n) crossed NW p-n diode array.44 When either of the inputs to the p-NW is high, a high output is obtained at the n-NW as the p-n diode is forward biased; a low output is only achieved when both inputs are low, thus realizing the same function as a conventional logic OR gate (Fig. 11.8a and b). A logic AND gate was also assembled from two p-n diodes and one cNW-FET (Fig. 11.8c and d), and a logic NOR gate with a gain over 5 was assembled from three cNW-FETs in series (Fig. 11.8e and f). Importantly, logic OR, AND, and NOR gates form a complete set of logic elements and enable the organization of virtually any logic circuits. For example, NW logic gates have been interconnected to form an XOR gate and a logic half adder, which were used to carry out digital computations in a way similar to conventional electronics (Fig. 11.8g and h).
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