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Practical implementation and packaging technologies for a large-scale ATM switching system

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5 Author(s)
A. Itoh ; Integrated Switching Dev. Div., NEC Corp., Chiba, Japan ; W. Takahashi ; H. Nagano ; M. Kurisaka
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The practical implementation of a trial large-scale asynchronous transfer mode (ATM) switching system and its packaging technologies are described. The architecture of the ATM switching system is discussed with an emphasis on system scalability. A building block architecture in which switching capacity can be expanded in a modular fashion is introduced. The design of the ATM switching system, including the ATM switch element, is described. The implementation of the VLSIs for the ATM switch which realize a highly modular system is explained. Bit-slice techniques are effectively used to realize a high-speed switch element as a CMOS VLSI chipset. An edge-to-edge orthogonal packaging technique is also presented

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IEEE Journal on Selected Areas in Communications  (Volume:9 ,  Issue: 8 )