Advance Microcontroller Bus Architecture Based System on Chip Platform to Minimize Energy Consumption in Portable Devices

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Topic: Hardware
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Over the past ten years, as integrated circuits became increasingly more complex and expensive, the industry began to embrace new design and reuse methodologies that are collectively referred to as System-on-Chip (SoC) design. In this paper, the authors focus on the reuse and integration issues encountered in this paradigm shift. The reusable components, called Intellectual Property (IP) blocks or cores, are typically synthesizable Register-Transfer Level (RTL) designs or layout level designs. The concept of reuse can be carried out at the block, platform, or chip levels, and involves making the IP sufficiently general, configurable, or programmable, for use in a wide range of applications.

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