VHDL Implementation of Channel Control Module for BiNoC Router

@inproceedings{Khodwe2013VHDLIO,
  title={VHDL Implementation of Channel Control Module for BiNoC Router},
  author={Ashish Khodwe and C. N. Bhoyar},
  year={2013}
}
Novel BiNoC router architecture supporting the self configuring bidirectional channel mechanism is presented. The BiNoC allows each communication channel to be dynamically self configured to transmit flits in either direction in order to better utilize on-chip hardware resources. To facilitate this bidirectional traffic, we used a novel inter-router traffic control module known as Channel Control Module to allow neighboring routers to coordinate the specific directions of the pair of channels… CONTINUE READING

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