Danella Zhao

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Wireless NoC is becoming popular to be a promising future on-chip interconnection network as a result of high bandwidth, low latency and flexible topology configurations provided by this emerging technology. Nonetheless, congestion occurrence in wireless routers negatively affects the usability of high speed wireless links and considerably increases the(More)
Reliability is a critical feature of chip integration and unreliability can lead to performance, cost, and time-to-market penalties. Moreover, upcoming Many-Core System-on-Chips (MCSoCs), notably future generations of mobile devices, will suffer from high power densities due to the dark silicon problem. Thus, in this paper, a novel NoC-based MCSoC(More)
Because of high bandwidth, low latency and flexible topology configurations provided by wireless NoC, this emerging technology is gaining momentum to be a promising future on-chip interconnection paradigm. However, congestion occurrence in wireless routers reduces the benefit of high speed wireless links and significantly increases the network latency,(More)
To bridge the widening gap between computation requirements and communication efficiency faced by gigascale heterogeneous multi-processor SoCs in the upcoming billion-transistor era, a new on-chip communication system, dubbed Wireless Network-on-Chip (WNoC), is proposed by using the recently developed Radio-on-Chip technology. With the uniqueness of(More)
This paper presents a novel design method for power-aware test wrappers targeting embedded cores with multiple clock domains. We show that effective partitioning of clock domains combined with bandwidth conversion and gated-clocks would yield shorter test times due to greater flexibility when determining optimal test schedules especially under tight power(More)