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Design and implementation of a field programmable CRC circuit architecture

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  • The Design And Implementation Of A Programmable Cyclic Redundancy Check (Crc) Computation Circuit Ar
  • Suitable For Deployment In Network Related System-On-Chips (Socs) Is Presented
  • The Architecture Has Been Designed To Be Field Reprogrammable So That It Is Fully Flexible In Terms
  • The Circuit Includes An Embedded Configuration Controller That Has A Low Reconfiguration Time And Ha
  • The Circuit Has Been Synthesised And Mapped To 130-Nm Umc Standard Cell [Application-Specific Integr
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  • Design
  • Economics


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