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Resistive random access memory (RRAM or ReRAM) is a non-volatile memory (NVM) technology that consumes minimal energy while offering sub-nanosecond switching. In addition, the data stability against high temperature and cycling wear is very robust, allowing new NVM applications in a variety of markets (automotive, embedded, storage, RAM). Based on sudden(More)
The authors describe a rasterized pipelined architecture for performing a two-dimensional fast Fourier transformation (2DFFT). Incorporating over 152,000 transistors in 1.25 mu m CMOS on a 9 mu m die, the chip functions at a clock speed of 10 MHz, processing a 256*256-pixel image at a real-time frame rate of 30 Hz. The input and output data formats are(More)
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