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128-bit multicomparator

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A 128-bit multicomparator was designed to perform the search-sort function on arbitrary length data strings. Devices can be cascaded for longer block lengths or paralleled for bit-parallel, word-serial applications. The circuit utilizes a 3-phase static-dynamic shift register cell for data handling and a unique gated EXCLUSIVE-NOR circuit to accomplish the compare function. The compare operation is performed bit parallel between a `data' register and a `key' register with a third `mask' register containing DON'T CARE bits that disable the comparator. The multicomparator was fabricated using p-channel silicon-gate metal-oxide-semiconductor (MOS) technology on a 107/spl times/150 mil chip containing 3350 devices. With transistor-transistor logic (TTL) input, data rates in excess of 2 MHz have been attained. The average power dissipation was 250 mW in the dynamic mode and 300 mW in the static mode.

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IEEE Journal of Solid-State Circuits  (Volume:11 ,  Issue: 5 )