During the past quarter we have completed the testing of our recently fabricated single-processor IC. This is the last preliminary chip we intend to fabricate before fabricating our full five-processor ring IC. Its primary purpose is to verify that all aspects of our ALU, program and coefficient RAMs, and Register Blocks are functioning correctly. The chip provides for 11-bit input and output data with 16-bit internal data and 11-bit coefficients (stored in on-chip memory). The chip also has an 8-bit microprocessor bus interface for loading programs and coefficients. The IC contains 25,000 transistors and occupies an area of 14.8 mm squared (3.7 mm by 4.0 mm including pads) in 1.2 micron CMOS technology.