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An Energy Efficient, High Speed Content Addressable Memory Using MSML Scheme
International Journal of Advanced Research Methodology in Engineering & Technology, Special Issue
Content Addressable Memory is a storage unit built on hardware. It is majorly used in internet routers to access fast look up tables. This paper implemented the content addressable memory using Master-Slave Match Line architecture. In the Master-Slave configuration, the CAM word is divided into number of segments. Each segment is provided with an additional slave match lines along with one Master Match Line. Using MSML, the power consumption across the Match Line is reduced. Finally, 128x8 CAMfatcat:66lvj5hjvvhx3hqqzd3shlg6x4