Abstract: The cellular automaton with quantum dots, is a branch of nanotechnology, can be used to create combinational and sequential circuits at the nanoscale, by manipulating the position of the electron. In comparison to existing transistor-based SR, JK T, and D flip-flops, QCA technology offers a number of additional benefits, including low power consumption, faster speed, small size, and great performance. When compared to a single edge triggered QCA circuit, the dual edge triggered QCA structure offers minimal power consumption and fast switching. The primary design criteria for circuits include cell count, and area usage,  to compare the two edges triggered flip-flops with the one edge-triggered flip-flops, and we create both types of flip-flops in this work.
Keywords: QCA, Majority gate, Dual edge flip flop, single edge flip flop
| DOI: 10.17148/IARJSET.2022.9823