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1 December 1991 Optoelectronic compare-and-exchange switches based on the BILED circuits
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Sorting is central to the solution of many knowledge—based and switching problems in advanced compiting and carrriunications systems . The combination of compare-and-exchange modules with perfect-shuffle interconnections can carry ou piplmed bitonic sorting networks . In this paper , compare-and-exchange switches are impleitnted by using bistable light emitting diode (BILED) circuits. The comparison is perforrd by the latching logic devices, and exchange unit forms a crossbar switch dependent on the results of the comparison . Compare-and-exchange switches based on BILED circuits have many features , such as low power consumption, wide range of input wavelength and compatible with the current optoelectronic integration circuits (OEIC's) technology.
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Xianjun Mao "Optoelectronic compare-and-exchange switches based on the BILED circuits", Proc. SPIE 1563, Optical Enhancements to Computing Technology, (1 December 1991); https://doi.org/10.1117/12.2321746
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