Compact, reconfigurable interconnect uses holograms

Bains, Sunny
July 1994
Laser Focus World;Jul94, Vol. 30 Issue 7, p39
Reports on the development of a planar optoelectronic interconnect at the University of Texas in Austin with a reconfigurable interconnection pattern. Distribution of a clock signal to 42 points on an array of VLSI chips; How the system works; Features and capabilities.


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