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System-on-Chip Design using Self-timed Networks-on-Chip

Authored on: Jan 19, 2007 by W.J.Bainbridge, A.Bardsley, and R.W.McGuffin

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The CHAIN NoC combines the architectural benefits of a networking approach over a conventional bus hieraarchy, with the timing closure and power-management benefits of self-timed design. The result is a flexible, clockindependent solution to the complexity, power-management and timing closure problems of SoC interconnect in deep submicron VLSI systems.

This paper introduces the basic CHAIN architecture using a small test-chip as an example application. It then presents the CHAINworks library and toolset which supports the development of self-timed Networks-on-Chip using industry accepted design and tool flows.



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