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7Mb classification content-addressable memory (CAM) at N+I today.
An embedded system block (ESB) within a MegaLAB structure contains 2,048 programmable bits that can be configured to support on-chip memory, including dual-port RAM and ternary content-addressable memory (CAM).
Included among these features are on-chip content-addressable memory (CAM), low-voltage differential signaling (LVDS), and phase locked loops (PLLs), enabling designers to create true System-on-a-Programmable-Chip(TM) (SOPC) silicon for leading-edge communications applications such as Layer 3 routers and switches, wideband CDMA baseband signal processing, and ATM cell processing and traffic management.

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