Jose Mumbru

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The Optically Programmable Gate Array (OPGA). an optical version of a conventional FPGA. benefits from a direct parallel interface between an optical memory and a logic circuit. The OPGA utilizes a holographic memory accessed by an array ol VCSELs to program its logic. An active pixel sensor array incorporated into the OPGA chip makes it possible to(More)
Reconfigurable processors, like the Field Programmable Gate Arrays (FPGA's), open new computational paradigms where the processor is able to tailor its internal structure to better. implement a given application. A typical FPGA consists of an array of configurable logic blocks and a mesh of interconnections fully programmable by the user to perform a given(More)
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