Design Methodology for a Robust and Energy-Efficient Millimeter-Wave Wireless Network-on-Chip

@article{Mansoor2015DesignMF,
  title={Design Methodology for a Robust and Energy-Efficient Millimeter-Wave Wireless Network-on-Chip},
  author={Naseef Mansoor and Pratheep Joe Sullivai Iruthayaraj and Amlan Ganguly},
  journal={IEEE Transactions on Multi-Scale Computing Systems},
  year={2015},
  volume={1},
  pages={33-45}
}
Wireless Network-on-Chip (WiNoC) architectures with CMOS compatible millimeter-wave (mm-wave) transceivers can achieve significant improvements in energy-efficiency in on-chip data transfer for multicore chips. A token based medium access mechanism is used in mm-wave WiNoC architectures to enable a distributed utilization of the available wireless bandwidth among multiple transmitters. However, on-chip wireless interconnects can suffer from high rates of failures due to challenges in design and… CONTINUE READING
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