Low-power Processors And Systems on Chips

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  • Edition: 1st
  • Format: Hardcover
  • Copyright: 2005-09-20
  • Publisher: CRC Press

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The power consumption of microprocessors is one of the most important challenges of high-performance chips and portable devices. In chapters drawn from Piguet's recently published Low-Power Electronics Design, this volume focuses on the design of low-power microprocessors in deep submicron technologies. The first section presents the design of digital signal processors for embedded applications and techniques for reducing dynamic and static power at the electrical and system levels. The second part describes several aspects of low-power systems on chips, and the final section discusses embedded software issues, including details on compilers, retargetable compilers, and co-verification tools.

Table of Contents

I Low-Power Processors and Memories
Techniques for Power and Process Variation Minimization
Lawrence T. Clark
Vivek De
Low-Power DSPs
Ingrid Verbauwhede
Energy-Efficient Reconfigurable Processors
Raphael David
Sebastien Pillement
Olivier Sentieys
Macgic, a Low-Power Reconfigurable DSP
Flavio Rampogna
Pierre-David Pfister
Claude Arm
Patrick Volet
Jean-Marc Masgonty
Christian Piguet
Low-Power Asynchronous Processors
Kamel Slimani
Joao Fragoso
Mohammed Es Sahliene
Laurent Fesquet
Marc Renaudin
Low-Power Baseband Processors for Communications
Dake Liu
Eric Tell
Stand-By Power Reduction for SRAM Memories
Stefan Cserveny
Jean-Marc Masgonty
Christian Piguet
Low-Power Cache Design
Vasily G. Moshnyaga
Koji Inoue
Memory Organization for Low-Energy Embedded Systems
Alberto Macii
II Low-Power Systems on Chips
Power-Performance Trade-Offs in Design of SoCs
Victor Zyuban
Philip Strenski
Low-Power SoC with Power-Aware Operating Systems Generation
Sungjoo Yoo
Aimen Bouchhima
Wander Cesario
Ahmed A. Jerraya
Lovic Gauthier
Low-Power Data Storage and Communication for SoC
Miguel Miranda
Erik Brockmeyer
Tycho van Meeuwen
Cedric Ghez
Francky Catthoor
Networks on Chips: Energy-Efficient Design of SoC Interconnect
Luca Benini
Terry Tao Ye
Giovanni de Micheli
Highly Integrated Ultra-Low Power RF Transceivers for Wireless Sensor Networks
Brian P. Otis
Yuen Hui Chee
Richard Lu
Nathan M. Pletcher
Jan M. Rabaey
Simone Gambini
Power-Aware On-Demand Routing Protocols for Mobile Ad Hoc Networks
Morteza Maleki
Massoud Pedram
Modeling Computational, Sensing, and Actuation Surfaces
Phillip Stanley-Marbell
Diana Marculescu
Radu Marculescu
Pradeep K. Khosla
III Embedded Software
Low-Power Software Techniques
Catherine H. Gebotys
Low-Power/Energy Compiler Optimizations
Ulrich Kremer
Design of Low-Power Processor Cores Using a Retargetable Tool Flow
Gert Goossens
Peter Dytrych
Dirk Lanneer
Recent Advances in Low-Power Design and Functional Coverification Automation from the Earliest System-Level Design Stages
Thierry J.-F. Omnes
Youcef Bouchebaba
Chidamber Kulkarni
Fabien Coelho
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