|Author||Kim, Yanghyo ♦ Tam, Sai-Wang ♦ Byun, Gyung-Su ♦ Wu, Hao ♦ Reinman, Glenn ♦ Cong, Jason ♦ Chang, Mau-Chung Frank|
|Subject Domain (in DDC)||Computer science, information & general works ♦ Data processing & computer science|
|Subject Keyword||Memory Interface ♦ Noncoherent Ask Modulation-based Rf-interconnect ♦ Simultaneous Bidirectional Communication ♦ Scheme Becomes ♦ Noncoherent Amplitude Shift ♦ Rf-i System ♦ Rf-modulated Data Stream ♦ System Design ♦ Noncoherent Ask Modulation ♦ Interconnect Bandwidth ♦ Index Term Dual-band Signaling ♦ Thermal Noise Interference ♦ Off-chip Communication ♦ Efficient Way ♦ Additional Filter ♦ Noncoherent Amplitude Shift Keying ♦ Replica Circuit ♦ Sophisticated Modulation Scheme ♦ Inductive Coupling ♦ Interconnect System ♦ Simultaneous Baseband ♦ System Requirement ♦ Off-chip Transmission Line ♦ Rf Baseband ♦ Conventional Baseband Counterpart ♦ Rf-band Data Stream ♦ Simple Architecture|
|Abstract||Abstract—A noncoherent amplitude shift keying (ASK)-based RF-interconnect (RF-I) system design for off-chip communication is analyzed. The proposed RF-I system exploits the simple architecture and characteristics of noncoherent ASK modulation. This provides an efficient way of increasing interconnect bandwidth by transmitting an RF-modulated data stream simultaneously with a conventional baseband counterpart over a shared off-chip transmission line. Both analysis and tested results prove that the performance of the proposed dual-band (RF+baseband) interconnect system is not limited by thermal noise interference. Therefore, a more sophisticated modulation scheme and/or coherent receiving scheme becomes unnecessary within the scope of system requirements. In addition, it confirms that the proposed inductive coupling network is able to support simultaneous bidirectional communications without using complicated replica circuits or additional filters to isolate simultaneous baseband and RF-band data streams. Index Terms—Dual-band signaling, inductive coupling, memory interface, noncoherent amplitude shift keying modulation, RF-interconnect, simultaneous bidirectional communication. I.|
|Educational Role||Student ♦ Teacher|
|Age Range||above 22 year|
|Education Level||UG and PG ♦ Career/Technical Study|
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