Abstract: Abstract: Content Addressable Memory (CAM) is a memory device that is addressed to the content (or data) rather than the memory address. It is widely used in many applications that require fast table lookup and the prequel estimation aspect. It is used to boost up RAM performance and used to fast searching purpose. Basically CAM can be classified into two types NAND-CAM and NOR-CAM. Another type of CAM is neither a Hybrid CAM which intent to neither associates the fruition of target of NOR type CAM with the energy efficient NAND type CAM.
Keywords: Content Addressable Memory (CAM), Hybrid CAM architecture, Fast searching administration, High performance.
| DOI: 10.17148/IJARCCE.2018.754