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Design for a high-speed m.o.s. associative memory

Design for a high-speed m.o.s. associative memory

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An experimental 64-bit m.o.s. associative memory has been developed from a limit-case design study. Speeds in excess of 50 MHz are reported at a cost per bit that could approach eight times that for a conventional m.o.s. dynamic r.a.m. The design of the basic associative memory cell is described.


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