A particular 64 M bit square memory array has its peripheral circuit

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A particular 64 M-bit square memory array has its
peripheral circuits reorganized to allow for the readout of a
64-bit double double word. How many address bits will the
new design need?
Solution
Width = 163 bits * 8 + 43 = 1347 microns Height = 128
KB/(16*8) + 87 = 1111 microns size = 1347 * 1111 =
1,496,517 square microns

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A particular 64 M-bit square memory array has its peripheral circuits reorganized to allow for the readout of a 64-bit double double word. How many address bits will the new design need? Solution Width = 163 bits * 8 + 43 = 1347 microns Height = 128 KB/(16*8) + 87 = 1111 microns size = 1347 * 1111 ...
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