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Binary de Bruijn interconnection network for a flexible LDPC/turbo decoder

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3 Author(s)
Moussa, H. ; Electron. Dept., Inst. TELECOM/TELECOM Bretagne, Brest ; Baghdadi, A. ; Jezequel, M.

This paper proposes a novel on-chip interconnection network adapted to a flexible multiprocessor LDPC/turbo decoder and based on the de Bruijn network. The main characteristics of this network -including its logarithmic diameter, scalable aggregate bandwidth, and optimized routing technique- allow it to efficiently support the communication- intensive nature of the two decoding techniques. We present a detailed hardware implementation of the routers and the network interfaces as well as the packet format and the routing algorithm. In order to evaluate the performance of the proposed network, a generic RTL VHDL description has been developed and synthesized with ST CMOS 0.18 mum technology. The flexibility and the scalability of this on-chip communication network enable it to be used in the emerging multi-code applications and standards. In addition, the results obtained for a 16-processor network demonstrate a major aggregate bandwidth of 296 Gbps with a relative small area of 3.56 mm2.

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Circuits and Systems, 2008. ISCAS 2008. IEEE International Symposium on

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18-21 May 2008