1 October 1990 Approach to high-speed parallel processing using gallium arsenide
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The major design considerations encountered in adapting the DAP-510 processor with GaAs and the operational improvements of the GaAs high-speed parallel processor are presented. Studies indicate that the DAP-510 unit is capable of processing radio navigation signals in dense environments exceeding 100,000 pulses/sec. The processor comprises 1024 single-bit, concurrent processor elements arranged in a 32- by 32-element array. The processor memory is designed to have 65,536 bit planes of data memory and 1 Mbyte of instruction memory.
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W. Parks Goodwin, "Approach to high-speed parallel processing using gallium arsenide", Proc. SPIE 1291, Optical and Digital Gallium Arsenide Technologies for Signal Processing Applications, (1 October 1990); doi: 10.1117/12.21007; https://doi.org/10.1117/12.21007
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