The case for registered routing switches in field programmable gate arrays

  title={The case for registered routing switches in field programmable gate arrays},
  author={D. Singh and S. Brown},
  booktitle={FPGA '01},
FPGAs are characterized by a programmable interconnect that contains highly resistive and capacitive elements. While the configurable structure of the interconnect allows for the implementation of arbitrary circuits, it has also become a significant bottleneck for high-speed circuits. Even if there are only a few signal paths that run along long stretches of interconnect, it is these paths that may determine the maximum operating frequency of the circuit. In this paper we investigate… Expand
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