Richard G. Cliff focuses on Programmable logic device, Programmable logic array, Macrocell array, Erasable programmable logic device and Simple programmable logic device. His Programmable logic device study is concerned with Computer hardware in general. Richard G. Cliff works mostly in the field of Computer hardware, limiting it down to topics relating to Carry and, in certain cases, Function, Random access memory, Adder and Carry-save adder, as a part of the same area of interest.
His Macrocell array study frequently links to related topics such as Complex programmable logic device. Within one scientific family, Richard G. Cliff focuses on topics pertaining to Computer architecture under Programmable Array Logic, and may sometimes address concerns connected to Logic level, Diode–transistor logic, Logic synthesis and Register-transfer level. His Logic family research focuses on Logic optimization and how it connects with Sequential logic.
His primary areas of investigation include Programmable logic device, Computer hardware, Programmable logic array, Simple programmable logic device and Electrical engineering. His Programmable logic device study integrates concerns from other disciplines, such as Programmable Array Logic, Logic family, Erasable programmable logic device, Integrated circuit and Electronic engineering. The study incorporates disciplines such as Multiplexer, Embedded system, Carry, Sequential logic and Function in addition to Computer hardware.
In his study, which falls under the umbrella issue of Programmable logic array, Complex programmable logic device is strongly linked to Macrocell array. His work on Computer architecture expands to the thematically related Simple programmable logic device. The Electrical conductor, Electronic circuit, Signal and Voltage research Richard G. Cliff does as part of his general Electrical engineering study is frequently linked to other disciplines of science, such as Conductor, therefore creating a link between diverse domains of science.
Programmable logic device, Computer hardware, Electronic engineering, Electrical engineering and Function are his primary areas of study. In his study, he carries out multidisciplinary Programmable logic device and Row and column spaces research. His studies in Computer hardware integrate themes in fields like Simple programmable logic device, Integrated circuit and Shift register.
The Simple programmable logic device study combines topics in areas such as Programmable logic array, Control bus, Memory map and Erasable programmable logic device. His studies deal with areas such as Pass transistor logic, Low-dropout regulator, Dropout voltage, Voltage regulator and Transceiver as well as Electronic engineering. In general Electrical engineering, his work in Electronic circuit, Transistor, Low voltage and NMOS logic is often linked to Physics linking many areas of study.
His scientific interests lie mostly in Programmable logic device, Computer hardware, Programmable Array Logic, Computer architecture and Electrical engineering. Richard G. Cliff combines subjects such as Simple programmable logic device and Logic optimization with his study of Programmable logic device. His Computer hardware research is multidisciplinary, relying on both Clock skew, Buffer, Low-voltage differential signaling and Integrated circuit.
His Programmable Array Logic research includes elements of Logic level, Programmable logic array, Erasable programmable logic device, Macrocell array and Register-transfer level. His research integrates issues of Logic synthesis, Logic family, Diode–transistor logic, Logic gate and Complex programmable logic device in his study of Computer architecture. His study in the field of Electronic circuit and Electrical conductor is also linked to topics like Image stitching, Row and column spaces and Horizontal and vertical.
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Programmable logic array integrated circuits
Richard G. Cliff;L. Todd Cope;Cameron R. McClintock;William Leong.
Programmable logic array with local and global conductors
Bruce B. Pedersen;Richard G. Cliff;Bahram Ahanin;Craig S. Lytle.
Programmable logic array integrated circuit devices
Richard G. Cliff;Srinivas T. Reddy;Rina Raman;L. Todd Cope.
Programmable logic with on-chip DLL or PLL to distribute clock
David E. Jefferson;L. Todd Cope;Srinivas Reddy;Richard G. Cliff.
Programmable logic array having local and long distance conductors
Richard G Cliff;Craig Schilling Lytle;Bahram Ahanin;Francis B Heile.
Programmable logic device architectures with super-regions having logic regions and a memory region
David E. Jefferson;Cameron McClintock;James Schleicher;Andy L. Lee.
Coarse-grained look-up table architecture
Richard G. Cliff.
Programmable logic array device with grouped logic regions and three types of conductors
William W. Leong;Richard G. Cliff;Cameron McClintock.
The Stratix II logic and routing architecture
David Lewis;Elias Ahmed;Gregg Baeckler;Vaughn Betz.
field programmable gate arrays (2005)
Programmable logic array integrated circuit with cascade connections between logic modules
Richiyaado Jii Kurifu;Baaramu Aanin.
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