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AN AMBA AHB-BASED RECONFIGURABLE SOC ARCHITECTURE USING MULTIPLICITY OF DEDICATED FLYBY DMA BLOCKS
 

Summary: AN AMBA AHB-BASED RECONFIGURABLE SOC ARCHITECTURE USING
MULTIPLICITY OF DEDICATED FLYBY DMA BLOCKS
Adeoye Olugbon 1
, Sami Khawam 1
, Tughrul Arslan 1,2
, Ioannis Nousias 1
, Iain Lindsay 1
1
School of Engineering and Electronics, The University of Edinburgh, Scotland
2
Institute for System-Level Integration, Livingston, Scotland
A.Olugbon@ed.ac.uk
Abstract We propose a System-on-Chip (SoC) architecture
for reconfigurable applications based on the AMBA High-
Speed Bus (AHB). The architecture features multiple low-area
flyby DMA blocks for transferring configuration data.
Furthermore, the architecture eliminates the use of energy-
consuming instructions used in comparable commercial
reconfigurable SoCs. The flyby DMA blocks achieve a
reduction of up to 98% in the number of gates found in

  

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

 

Collections: Engineering