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Hybrid Communication Medium for Adaptive SoC Architectures This paper proposes a hybrid communication medium
 

Summary: Hybrid Communication Medium for Adaptive SoC Architectures
Abstract
This paper proposes a hybrid communication medium
for on-chip communication targeting adaptive SoC
architectures. Unlike the work carried out in literature,
where the term "hybrid" is used for the existence of
more then one topologies for communication, the
novelty of the proposed medium lies in combining two
different communication media. In this paper, global
bus and crossbars co-exist in an SoC. RFID Tag
Reader is used as the targeted application and bus
based system and crossbars based system
implementation has been used for comparison
purposes. RTL level implementation of the proposed
communication structure is carried out for accurate
power and area calculations. Results have
demonstrated the effectiveness of hybrid
communication medium over traditional bus and
crossbars based SoC.
I. Introduction

  

Source: Arslan, Tughrul - School of Engineering and Electronics, University of Edinburgh

 

Collections: Engineering