Issue No. 01 - January/February (2007 vol. 27)
DOI Bookmark: http://doi.ieeecomputersociety.org/10.1109/MM.2007.22
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
Kriszti? Flautner , ARM Ltd.
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.
software-defined radio, DSP, SIMD, multicore, SODA, embedded processor
T. Mudge et al., "SODA: A High-Performance DSP Architecture for Software-Defined Radio," in IEEE Micro, vol. 27, no. , pp. 114-123, 2007.