A technology that makes it possible to place the equivalent of between 100,000 and 1 million transistors on a chip.
Fabrication technology that allows tens of thousands (and possibly up to millions) of logic gates to reside on a single chip.
A manufacturing and design process that allows a great amount of electronic components to fit on a single, quarter-inch chip.
This refers to the amount of transistors that are incorporated in a chip. A VLSI processor has on the order of 100,000 or more transistors.
Very Large Scale Integration. Term applied to integrated circuits with the highest density of circuit elements.
Very Large-Scale Integration. From 100,000 to 1,000,000 electronic components are placed upon a single IC chip.
Very Large Scale Integration Watt
VLSI, the current level of computer microchip miniaturization, refers to microchips containing in the hundreds of thousands of transistors. LSI (large scale integration) meant microchips containing thousands of transistors. Earlier, MSI (medium scale integration) meant a microchip containing hundreds of transistors and SSI (small scale integration) meant transistors in the tens.
Refers to the number of logic gates in a device. By one convention, very-large-scale integration represents a device containing 1,000 to 999,999 gates.
Very Large Scale Integration. the placement of between 1,000 and 1,000,000 components on a die.
Very large- scale integration allowing over 100,000 transistors on a chip.
Very large scale integration (big chips).
Very Large Scale Integration - integrated circuits with greater than 100,000 transistors.
(adj.) Very Large Scale Integration; applied to technologies capable of putting hundreds of thousands or more components on a single chip, or sometimes applied to those chips so manufactured.
Very Large Scale Integration. IC's that have 5,000 to 50,000 components. Single components are microscopic.
Abbreviation for very-large-scale integration.
Very Large Scale Integration, putting thousands of transistors on a single chip.
Very Large Scale Integration. Generally contains more than 10,000 logic gates.
Very Large Scale Integration - An IC that in complexity contains over 1000 gates or their equivalent.
very-large-scale integration) Refers to the number of logic gates in an integrated circuit. By today's standards, a VLSI device could contain up to one million gates.
Very large-scale integration (10,000 to 99,999 gates).
See very-large-scale integration.