Shunichi Kaeriyama

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In this paper, a reconfigurable LSI employing a nonvolatile nanometer-scale switch, NanoBridge, is proposed, and its basic operations are demonstrated. The switch, composed of solid electrolyte copper sulfide, has a 30-nm contact diameter and 100on-resistance. Because of its small size, it can be used to create extremely dense field-programmable logic(More)
In recent chip-to-chip and backplane data transfers on printed circuit boards, data-rates are limited not by the operating speeds of the circuits in the transceiver LSIs, but by the bandwidth of the transmission media. Duobinary [1] is a type of partial response signaling that can be helpful in reducing the required bandwidth, because it allows for a(More)
As 40Gb/s optical communication systems enter the commercial stage, the transceiver, which is a key component of these systems, requires lower power dissipation, a size reduction, and a wider frequency range to meet the requirements of several standards, such as OC-768/STM-256 (39.8Gb/s), OTU-3 (43.0Gb/s), and 4×10GbE-LANPHY (44.6Gb/s). 40Gb/s transceivers(More)