High Speed Interconnects
We are studying the use of novel coding techniques as well as hybrid opto-electronic
systems for high speed interconnect. One technique we have investigated is to use
a unique coding andtransceiver design for multi-bit differential signaling in both
the optical and electronic domains. In this work, we expand on the idea of binary
differential signals to using an equal weight (ones and zeros) coding scheme for
- Jason D. Bakos, Donald M. Chiarulli, Steven P. Levitan, “Lightweight
Error Correction Coding for System-Level Interconnects,”
IEEE Transactions on Computers, Vol. 56, No. 3, pp.
289-304, March 2007.
- Donald M. Chiarulli, Steven P. Levitan, Samuel J. Dickerson, Jason D. Bakos, Joel
Martin, "Efficient Optical Communications Using Multi-Bit Differential Signaling,"
SPIE Symposium on Optoelectronics, Photonics West: Photonics Packaging and Integration
VIII, Paper No. 6126-16, San Jose, CA, 21-26 January 2006.
- Donald M. Chiarulli, Jason D. Bakos, Joel Martin, Steven P. Levitan, "Area, power,
and pin efficient bus transceiver using multi-bit-differential signaling," High
Quality Life and Consumer Technology, ISCAS 2005, (poster), Kobe, Japan,
May 23-26, 2005.
- Donald M. Chiarulli, Steven P. Levitan, Jason Bakos, "Area, power, and pin efficient
bus structures using multi-bit-differential signaling," VLSI Circuits and Systems
II, SPIE Symposium on Microtechnologies for the New Millennium 2005,
5837-4, Sevilla, Spain, May 9-11, 2005.
- S.P. Levitan, D.M. Chiarulli, “Power Efficient Communication
using Multi-Bit-Differential Signaling,” IEEE/LEOS 16th Annual Workshop
on Interconnections within High-Speed Digital Systems, Santa Fe, NM,
May 8-11, 2005.