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GaAs Microprocessors and Digital Systems: An Overview of R&D Efforts
January/February 1988 (vol. 8 no. 1)
pp. 28-56

An overview is provided of existing gallium arsenide microprocessors and related digital designs. The architectures described cover a wide range of applications and were chosen on the basis of their unique design and technology characteristics. The issues considered relate to the processor-design level with some register-transfer-level components covered for the sake of completeness. The discussion covers general-application microprocessors including: RCA 8-bit microprocessor; CDC 32-bit microprocessor; McDonnell Douglas 32-bit microprocessor; and RCA 32-bit microprocessor microprocessors of symbolic applications including: Carnegie Mellon's RISCF; and GAELIC from Magnavox, systolic array processors, and alternative approaches to processor design.

Citation:
Harry Vlahos, Veljko Milutinovic, "GaAs Microprocessors and Digital Systems: An Overview of R&D Efforts," IEEE Micro, vol. 8, no. 1, pp. 28-56, Jan.-Feb. 1988, doi:10.1109/40.520
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