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A shrinking energy budget for mobile devices and increasingly complex communication standards make architecture development for software-defined radio very challenging. Coarse-grained array accelerators are strong candidates for achieving both high performance and low power. The C-programmable hybrid CGA-SIMD accelerator presented here targets emerging broadband cellular and wireless LAN standards, achieving up to 100-Mbps throughput with an average power consumption of 220 mW.
wireless systems, interconnections, I/O and data communications, VLIW architectures, single data stream architectures, real-time and embedded systems, special-purpose and application-based systems, reconfigurable hardware, mobile computing, signal processing systems

B. De Sutter, B. Bougard, D. Verkest, L. Van der Perre and R. Lauwereins, "A Coarse-Grained Array Accelerator for Software-Defined Radio Baseband Processing," in IEEE Micro, vol. 28, no. , pp. 41-50, 2008.
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