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Efficient Error Correcting Codes for On-Chip DRAM Applications for Space Missions

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3 Author(s)
Baloch, S. ; Sch. of Electron. & Eng., Edinburgh Univ. ; Arslan, T. ; Stoica, A.

New systematic single error correcting codes-based circuits are introduced for random access memories, with ultimate minimal encoding/decoding complexity, low power and high performance. These new, codes-based circuits can be used in combinational circuits and in on-chip random access memories of reconfigurable architectures with high performance and ultimate minimum decoding/encoding complexity. Due to the overhead of parity check bits associated with the error-correcting-codes, there has always been a demand for an efficient and compact code for small memories in terms of data width. The proposed codes give improved performance even for small memories over the other codes. Area and power comparisons have been performed to benchmark the performance index of our codes. The code-centric circuits offer significant advantages over existing error correcting codes-based circuits in the literature in terms of lower size, power and cost which make them suitable for wider range of applications such as those targeting space. The paper describes the new efficient code and associated circuits for its implementation

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Aerospace Conference, 2005 IEEE

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5-12 March 2005

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