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SODA: A High-Performance DSP Architecture for Software-Defined Radio
January/February 2007 (vol. 27 no. 1)
pp. 114-123
Yuan Lin, University of Michigan at Ann Arbor
Hyunseok Lee, University of Michigan at Ann Arbor
Mark Woh, University of Michigan at Ann Arbor
Yoav Harel, Intel
Scott Mahlke, University of Michigan at Ann Arbor
Trevor Mudge, University of Michigan at Ann Arbor
Chaitali Chakrabarti, Arizona State University
Software-defined radio (SDR) belongs to an emerging class of applications with the processing requirements of a supercomputer but the power constraints of a mobile terminal. The authors developed the Signal-Processing On-Demand Architecture (SODA), a fully programmable architecture that supports SDR, by examining two widely differing protocols, W-CDMA and 802.11a. It meets power-performance requirements by separating control and data processing and by employing ultrawide SIMD execution.
Index Terms:
software-defined radio, DSP, SIMD, multicore, SODA, embedded processor
Citation:
Yuan Lin, Hyunseok Lee, Mark Woh, Yoav Harel, Scott Mahlke, Trevor Mudge, Chaitali Chakrabarti, Kriszti? Flautner, "SODA: A High-Performance DSP Architecture for Software-Defined Radio," IEEE Micro, vol. 27, no. 1, pp. 114-123, Jan.-Feb. 2007, doi:10.1109/MM.2007.22
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