SIGNAL PROCESSING IN HIGH-DATA-RATE ENVIRONMENTS: DESIGN TRADE-OFFS IN THE EXPLOITATION OF PARALLEL ARCHITECTURES AND FAST SYSTEM CLOCK RATES.

B. K. Gilbert, T. M. Kinter, D. J. Schwab, B. A. Naused, L. M. Krueger, W. Van Nurden

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Abstract

This chapter discusses the application of architectures, describes work by Gilbert, Kinter, Schwab, Naused, Krueger, and Van Nurden of Mayo Foundation and Zucca of Rockwell International Microelectronics Research and Developmant Center on signal processing at high data rates. In this chapter the use of both parallel architectures and high-speed circuits is discussed in the context of future circuits developments. The use of gallium arsenide devices for high speed is proposed and the comparison with silicon circuits discussed.

Original languageEnglish (US)
Title of host publicationVLSI and Mod Signal Process
PublisherPrentice-Hall Inc (Prentice-Hall Inf and Syst Sci Ser)
Pages451-473
Number of pages23
ISBN (Print)013942699X
StatePublished - Dec 1 1985

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    Gilbert, B. K., Kinter, T. M., Schwab, D. J., Naused, B. A., Krueger, L. M., & Van Nurden, W. (1985). SIGNAL PROCESSING IN HIGH-DATA-RATE ENVIRONMENTS: DESIGN TRADE-OFFS IN THE EXPLOITATION OF PARALLEL ARCHITECTURES AND FAST SYSTEM CLOCK RATES. In VLSI and Mod Signal Process (pp. 451-473). Prentice-Hall Inc (Prentice-Hall Inf and Syst Sci Ser).