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A Power Management Scheme Controlling 20 Power Domains for a Single-Chip Mobile Processor
  • T. Hattori, T. Irita, +21 authors K. Ohno
  • Computer Science, Engineering
  • IEEE International Solid State Circuits…
  • 18 September 2006
A power-management scheme for a single-chip multi-CPU processor uses 20 power domains that minimizes leakage currents in each operating mode. Expand
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A 342 mW Mobile Application Processor With Full-HD Multi-Standard Video Codec and Tile-Based Address-Translation Circuits
A full-HD (1080p30) 500 MHz mobile application processor with an H.264 multi-standard video codec and tile-based address translator implemented in 65 nm CMOS. Expand
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A 342mW mobile application processor with full-HD multi-standard video codec
In this paper, we have integrated a mobile application processor featuring a two-stage-processing video codec, tile-based address-translation circuits, and several audio/visual intellectual property (IP) modules. Expand
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Hierarchical power distribution and power management scheme for a single chip mobile processor
A hierarchical power distribution methodology that enables more than dozen power domains in a chip and a power management scheme using 20 power domains are described. Expand
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SH-MobileG1: A single-chip application and dual-mode baseband processor
This article consists of a collection of slides from the author's conference presentation on Renesas' SH-MobileG1, a single chip application and dual-mode baseband processor. Expand
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Elastic shared resource scheduling SOC interconnect architecture for real-time system
We developed an elastic shared resource scheduling SoC interconnect architecture for SoCs that execute various real-time tasks in parallel. Expand
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Hierarchical PowerDistribution andPowerManagement SchemeforaSingle ChipMobile Processor
A hierarchical powerdistribution methodology that enables more VLSI,powerdomain, partial poweroff, mobile processor andmulti- SH-Mobile[l], istypically embeddedina cellular phone. Expand