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Interface Electrique/Optique pour un ONoC

Abstract : Optical Network-on-Chips are nowadays a mature technology which can be embedded in high performance multi-processors to support high bandwidth communications. This technology enables the use of several wavelengths for the same communication to increase the bandwidth and decrease the communication time. Nevertheless, supporting such high bandwidth need efficient interface between electrical and optical domains. This paper presents the interface developed to manage the wavelength allocation, but also to support the management of laser power in order to reduce the power consumption. This power consumption reduction by exploiting the tradeoff between data encoding in electrical domain and energy needed in optical domain to produce wavelengths through lasers.
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Dung Van, Daniel Chillet, Cedric Killian, Olivier Sentieys, Sébastien Le Beux, et al.. Interface Electrique/Optique pour un ONoC. GRETSI 2017 - XXVIème colloque, Sep 2017, Juan les Pins, France. pp.1-4. ⟨hal-01655417⟩



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