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GALAXY Framework 7 Project: GALs interfAce for compleX digital sYstem integration
Improve the current methodology for calibration and jitter control for pausible clocking in NoC applications. The measurable criteria for this will be a precision in clock calibration, possibilities for a jitter setting and complexity of suggested approach.
Demonstration of the superior properties of the GALS methodology in comparison to the state- of-the-art synchronous solutions in practice. The main parameters to confirm this are the power consumption, EMI reduction and immunity against process variation.
Demonstration of the superior properties of a GALS NoC node in comparison with a synchronous one. The main parameters to confirm this are the power consumption, speed, QoS, latency, data throughput, and needed hardware resources.
Demonstration of the superior performance of the GALS design process and design flow for medium-performance high-complexity digital systems with low-time to market. The main parameters for comparison are design time, number of design iterations, achieved clock skew, complexity and performance of the fabricated GALS and synchronous system. Those parameters must be extracted from measurements performed on implemented GALS and synchronous system with the same functionality.