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Crosstalk noise and bit error rate analysis for optical network-on-chip

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Crosstalk noise and bit error rate analysis for optical network-on-chip
Crosstalk noise is an intrinsic characteristic of photonic devices used by optical networks-on-chip (ONoCs) as well as a potential issue. For the first time, this paper analyzed and modeled the crosstalk noise, signal-to-noise ratio (SNR), and bit error rate (BER) of optical routers and ONoCs. The analytical models for crosstalk noise, minimum SNR, and maximum BER in meshbased ONoCs are presented. An automated crosstalk analyzer for optical routers is developed. We find that crosstalk noise significantly limits the scalability of ONoCs. For example, due to crosstalk noise, the maximum BER is 10-3 on the 8
Yiyuan Xie, Mahdi Nikdast, Jiang Xu, Wei Zhang, Qi
Added 05 Dec 2010
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Type Conference
Year 2010
Where DAC
Authors Yiyuan Xie, Mahdi Nikdast, Jiang Xu, Wei Zhang, Qi Li, Xiaowen Wu, Yaoyao Ye, Xuan Wang, Weichen Liu
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