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The growing complexity of customizable single-chip multiprocessors is requiring communication resources that can only be provided by a highly-scalable communication infrastructure. This trend is exemplified by the growing number of network-on-chip (NoC) architectures that have been proposed recently for system-on-chip (SoC) integration. Developing NoC-based(More)
Future Systems on Chips (SoCs) will integrate a large number of processor and storage cores onto a single chip and require Networks on Chip (NoC) to support the heavy communication demands of the system. The individual components of the SoCs will be heterogeneous in nature with widely varying functionality and communication requirements. The communication(More)
Future systems on chips (SoCs) will integrate a large number of processor and storage cores onto a single chip and require networks on chip (NoC) to support the heavy communication demands of the system. The individual components of the SoCs will be heterogeneous in nature with widely varying functionality and communication requirements. The communication(More)
Advances in bio-medical technologies have led to a great attraction in the design of bio-sensor array for rapid, qualitative and quantitative detection. In this paper we present the CMOS implementation of a high throughput bio-sensor array that consists of 96 × 96 electrodes. Each individual electrode is addressable in the system. The sensor array(More)
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