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By Paul R. Gray Paul J. Hurst Stephen H. Lewis Robert G. Meyer

ISBN-10: 0471321680

ISBN-13: 9780471321682

ISBN-10: 047137752X

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The fourth variation positive aspects insurance of innovative topics--more complex CMOS machine electronics to incorporate short-channel results, susceptible inversion and effect ionization. during this ingenious ebook locate: * assurance of cutting-edge IC procedures indicates how smooth built-in circuits are fabricated, together with fresh matters like heterojunction bipolar transistors, copper interconnect and coffee permittivity dielectric fabrics * finished and unified remedy of bipolar and CMOS circuits is helping readers layout real-world amplifiers in silicon.

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40. Multicore processor 58 2 Characteristics of Network Architectures differ from multiprocessor systems with discrete processor chips in many ways. For instance, because chip area is limited, the cores of a multicore processor have usually no local memory (except a cache). All cores access a shared memory, which may be the bottleneck of the system as the number of cores grows. Some multicore processors even share a second level cache, causing the same problems as a shared main memory. On the other hand, the cache coherency circuits for first-level cache and (non-shared) second-level cache can operate at a higher frequency due to much shorter cache distances.

The term simply denotes all kinds of network architectures that are used for linking the components on a single chip. 1 Origin and Use The ongoing improvement in very large scale integration (VLSI) technology leads to a further increasing number of devices per chip. Since this increased density can no longer be used to improve the performance of the components on the chips as in the past, the freed chip area can be used for other system components or for multiple processor cores in case of a former uniprocessor chip architecture [46].

Three analog modulation schemes are mainly used: amplitude, frequency, and phase modulation. They operate similarly to the digital modulation schemes ASK, FSK, and PSK, but in a continuous way. Amplitude modulation (AM) changes the amplitude of the carrier sine signal depending on the amplitude of the analog signal to be coded. Frequency modulation (FM) changes the frequency of the carrier signal to encode 52 2 Characteristics of Network Architectures the amplitude of the analog signal, and phase modulation (PM) changes the phase of the carrier signal.

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