Forum: FPGA, VHDL & Verilog Network On Chip

von mansoor s. (Company: shahroodut) (mansoor64)

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Dose anyone have information about Network On Chip?
I'm reading about but I don't understand differences and task layer.
the network layers is define in attached paper.
If someone could explain it to me. If the
Do you know of a good article on this presentation or submit.
Thanks a lot

von Marcus H. (mharnisch)

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A NoC abstracts from the traditional bus design. It provides interfaces 
for devices (master/slave) and is responsible for routing transactions 
between them. The internal routing method is the secret sauce that 
vendors use to differentiate their products. Latency, area and 
throughput are some of the interesting data points.


von mansoor s. (Company: shahroodut) (mansoor64)

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That's right,
I realized that what is NOC.
I can not get difference between layers.
Physical,Network,Interface and application.
Thanks for your expline.


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