Design of Low power and High performance Ternary Content Addressable Memory
Ravisetti Devi Lakshmi Prasanna, Y Sujatha
CAM, Leakage power, Lector technique, TCAM
Ternary Content Addressable Memory (TCAM) based search engines play a significant role in network routers due to its faster and more precise searching operations. TCAM is one of the enhanced varieties of Content Addressable Memory (CAM). TCAM contains three logic states: 0, 1 and X. In TCAM, a search operation can be carried out in a single clock cycle. It is called a specific form of memory for this reason. A prominent feature of TCAM is its quick search functionality. The TCAM array operates in parallel in each site to compare the search and stored data. But the biggest drawback of TCAM is serious power dissipation. In this research, we presented a low power and high performance 8*8 TCAM implementation using the Lector technique to address this power dissipation.
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Unique Paper ID: 156097

Publication Volume & Issue: Volume 9, Issue 2

Page(s): 830 - 833
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