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Flexible and Distributed Real-Time Control on a 4G Telecom MPSoC

Abstract : Applications like 4G baseband modem require single-chip implementation to meet the integration and power consumption requirements. These applications demand a high computing performance with real-time constraints, low-power consumption and low cost. With the rapid evolution of telecom standards and the increasing demand for multi-standard products, the need for exible baseband solutions is growing. The concept of Multi-Processor System-on-Chip (MPSoC) is well adapted to enable hardware reuse between products and between multiple wireless standards in the same device. Based on the experience of two heterogeneous Software Defined Radio (SDR) telecom chipsets, this paper presents a distributed control architecture for the homoGENEous Processor arraY (GENEPY) platform for 4G applications. This MPSoC platform is built with telecom baseband processors interconnected with a Network-on-Chip. The control is performed by a MIPS processor embedded in each baseband processor. This control processor can locally reconfigure and schedule the applications with real-time telecom constraints.
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Camille Jalier, Didier Lattard, Gilles Sassatelli, Pascal Benoit, Lionel Torres. Flexible and Distributed Real-Time Control on a 4G Telecom MPSoC. ISCAS'10: IEEE International Symposium on Circuits and Systems, Paris, France. pp.3961-3964. ⟨lirmm-00498529⟩



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