Gade Narayana Sri Harsha

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Wireless Network-on-Chip (WiNoC) has been recently introduced for addressing the scalability limitations of conventional multi-hop NoC architectures. Existing WiNoC architectures generally use millimeter-wave antennas without significant directional gains, along with token passing protocol to access the shared wireless medium. This limits the achievable(More)
Networks-on-Chip (NoC) have emerged as communication backbones for enabling high degree of integration in future many-core chips. Despite their advantages, the communication is multi-hop and causes high latency and power dissipation, especially in larger systems. Wireless Network-on-Chip (WNoC) significantly improves the latency over traditional wired NoCs(More)
On-chip wireless links have been shown to overcome the performance limitations of wired interconnects in Networks-on-chip (NoCs). However actual performance gains obtained are largely dependent on efficient data transmission between on-chip antennas. An analysis of on-chip wireless channel shows that propagation is highly affected by different components of(More)
The major problem in current day's scenario is the increasing power consumption and vastly decreasing energy resources, especially in developing countries like India. This calls for a dire need to properly monitor power usage and take necessary steps to optimize the usage. To achieve this goal, a proper system needs to be developed that can provide the(More)
Wavelet transform is used for efficient signal analysis in various applications. The traditional wavelet system is implemented using integer decimation factors, although frequency tiling offered by rational decimation may better adapt to signal characteristics. In this paper, we propose a design methodology for signal-matched filterbank (FB) with rational(More)
Networks-on-Chip (NoCs) have garnered significant interest as communication backbone for multicore processors used across a wide range of fields that demand higher computation capability. Wireless NoCs (WNoCs) by augmenting single hop, long range wireless links with wired interconnects; offer the most promising solution to reduce multi-hop long distance(More)
Networks-on-Chip (NoCs) have been well accepted for energy efficient on-chip communications for multicore systems. But, a NoC router consumes considerable leakage power even when not in use. For large scale systems, number of unused routers at any time is reasonably high. A significant amount of this leakage power can be saved by applying fine-grained(More)