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Lee, Myunghee
Automotive Electronic Systems and Semiconductor Lab
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A 100 Mbps LED through-wafer optoelectronic link for multicomputer interconnection networks

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Title
A 100 Mbps LED through-wafer optoelectronic link for multicomputer interconnection networks
Author
May, PhilLee, MyungheeWilkinson, Scott T.Vendier, OlivierHo, ZhuangBond, Steven W.Wills, D. ScottBrooke, MartinJokerst, Nan M.Brown, April
Issue Date
1997-02
Publisher
ACADEMIC PRESS INC ELSEVIER SCIENCE
Citation
JOURNAL OF PARALLEL AND DISTRIBUTED COMPUTING, v.41, no.1, pp.3 - 19
Abstract
Through-wafer optoelectronic interconnect offers some architectural alternatives that are not available with mire-based interconnects. In order to compete with wire-based technologies, optoelectronic interconnects must provide reasonable performance in terms of bandwidth, bit error rate (BER), and power, using inexpensive and manufacturable devices. This paper presents a 100 Mbps link design under development as part of a scalable three-dimensional multicomputer network for a 4096 node system. Empirical and analytical data for emitters, detectors, receivers, and optical coupling is used to examine the tradeoffs between link power and bit error rate (BER). Because multicomputer networks demand extremely low BERs (10(-15)-10(-20)), hop-by-hop error correction circuitry is incorporated to optimize BER, providing a robust channel. This approach employs a novel adaptation of the widely used wormhole routing protocol to minimize overhead and maximize compatibility with existing interconnect techniques. (C) 1991 Academic Press
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10.1006/jpdc.1996.1281
ISSN
0743-7315
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