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研究生:王又君
研究生(外文):You-Jiun Wang
論文名稱:奈米CMOS晶片內序列傳輸之送器
論文名稱(外文):Nanometer CMOS On Chip Serial Link Transmitter
指導教授:周世傑周世傑引用關係鄭國興鄭國興引用關係
指導教授(外文):Shyh-Jye JouKuo-Hsing Cheng
學位類別:碩士
校院名稱:國立中央大學
系所名稱:電機工程研究所
學門:工程學門
學類:電資工程學類
論文種類:學術論文
論文出版年:2005
畢業學年度:93
語文別:英文
論文頁數:87
中文關鍵詞:晶片內序列傳輸傳送器
外文關鍵詞:transmitterserial linkon chip
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論文名稱:奈米CMOS晶片內序列傳輸之傳送器
頁數:87
校所組別:國立中央大學 電機工程研究所 電子組
研究生:王又君 指導教授:鄭國興 教授
周世傑教授
論文提要及內容:

為了高度整合不同功能的模組,系統單晶片技術日趨重要。但傳遞模組間訊息的晶片內部拉線,卻因延遲過長,面積過大以及高複雜度而限制了晶片的效能,尤其以全域性晶片內部拉線更為嚴重。

因此,在此論文中,我們首先根據不同製程下的晶片內部拉線,分析其特性和趨勢,以期在配合電路設計之需要下,能建立較精準的拉線模型。另外,我們也提出應用在晶片內部的序列化傳輸架構,配合所分析的拉線模型,我們設計出一序列化收發器及比較用的一平行化收發器。採用序列化架構的好處是可減少拉線面積及複雜度但不犧牲電路的操作速度。

我們採用台積電130微米 1P8M CMOS 製程,收發器的操作速度分別是5 Gbps 和 4 Gbps,而功率消耗在每條路徑下為0.8 mW 和 2.7 mW,而在同樣的操作速度下,序列化架構拉線面積只有平行化架構拉線面積的一半。
Abstract

Due to the ability of integration many modules with different functions, the system-on-chip is becoming a very interesting solution system method. However, on-chip interconnects that transmit signals between inter-modules limit the performance of chip due to long wire delay, large area, large power consumption and high interconnect complexity. It is especially serious in global on-chip interconnect.
Therefore, in this thesis, we firstly analyze characteristics and trends of the on-chip interconnect with scaling technology nodes. In terms of these analyses, we can establish more accurate interconnect models and it is useful in designing circuits for interconnetcs. Besides, we use serial link technique in on-chip application. With the interconnects models, we design a serial transceiver and a parallel transceiver for comparison. The advantages of serial transceiver are to reduce the interconnect area, reduce interconnect complexity without sacrificing the operational speed of system.
We adopt tsmc 0.13 um 1P8M CMOS process to implement our design, and the operational speed are 5 Gbps and 4 Gbps respectively. The power consumption per channel are 0.8 mW and 2.7 mW respectively, and the interconnect area of serial transceiver is half of parallel one at same operational speed.
Contents

Chapter 1 Introduction ............................................1
1.1 Introduction to System On Chip (SoC) and Network On Chip (NoC)....1
1.2 Motivation and Goals..............................................3
1.2.1 On-chip interconnects................................................3
1.2.2 High-Speed Serial Link Transmitter...................................5
1.3 Thesis Organization...............................................6
Chapter 2 On-Chip Interconnect Analysis............................7
2.1 Background........................................................7
2.1.1 Logic and Wire Delay ................................................9
2.1.2 Insuctance Effects in RLC Interconnect..............................11
2.1.3 Interconenct Model from Berkelry....................................18
2.2 Model of On-Chip Interconnects...................................20
2.2.1 Interconnect Analysis of ITRS Roadmap for Technology Nodes..........20
2.2.2 Channel Characteristics for C foundry and D foundry.................33
2.3 Summary..........................................................43
Chapter 3 On-Chip Transceiver System Overview .....................44
3.1 System Architecture..............................................44
3.1.1 Without Serdes Transceiver (Parallel Version).......................45
3.1.2 With Serdes Transceiver (Serial Version)............................48
3.2 Signaling and Inteference........................................52
3.2.1 Differetial vs. Singled-Ended.......................................52
3.2.2 Reflection..........................................................54
3.2.3 Cross (Couple) Noise................................................55
3.3 Clock Source.....................................................56
3.3.1 VCO.................................................................56
3.3.2 QCG.................................................................57
3.4 Summary..........................................................58
Chapter 4 On-Chip Transmitter Design..............................59
4.1 Architecture.....................................................59
4.2 Circuits Implementation..........................................61
4.2.1 PRBS Encoder........................................................61
4.2.2 Data Synchronizer...................................................63
4.2.3 Parallel-In-Serial-Out (Serializer).................................64
4.2.4 Output Driver.......................................................66
4.3 Pre-emphasis.....................................................67
4.4 Simulation Results...............................................72
4.4.1 Timing Waveform and Eye Diagram.....................................72
4.4.2 Power Analysis......................................................76
4.4.3 Chip Summary and Comparisons........................................77
4.5 Consideration of Cross (Couple) Noise............................79
4.6 Summary..........................................................81
Chapter 5 Experimental Results...................................82
5.1 Layout Consideration.............................................82
5.2 Measurement Consideration........................................84
5.3 Summary..........................................................84
Chapter 6 Conclusions.............................................86
Bibliography..............................................................88
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