—In this paper, a reconfigurable LSI employing a non-volatile 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 100-on-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  is a type of partial response signaling that can be helpful in reducing the required bandwidth, because it allows for a… (More)
High-speed wireline communication links are ubiquitous in electronic systems today. Continuous research is pushing speed, power efficiency, flexibility, and ease-of-use of interfaces. This session includes some to latest advances in the wireline domain.