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Re: [f-cpu] F-CPU vs. Itanium

Martin Devera wrote:

> Hmm did you read about the new BJT chip design ? I can't remember which
> university did it but they have working 3 ported 32x31 register set
> operating at 16GHz with only 20W of thermal loss. They use differential
> signal lines as pairs with low (200mV) swing. They planned to test 200GHz
> gate ... Only big problem is that they require pair of wires of the
> same length for each signal.
I am guessing on this but would not the fact the lines are differntial
make error detection more likely in a high speed computer and have
things slow down while any noise happens or at least give a error? 

Ben Franchuk - Dawn * 12/24 bit cpu *
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