System on Programmable Chip (SOPC)

  • Changyi Gu
Chapter

Abstract

Programmable hardware, as the book’s title suggests, starts to emerge as an important part of embedded system design. And more specifically, the SOPC (System on Programmable Chips) approach is moving toward the mainstream, thanks to decades of groundwork laid by the FPGA industry. Given all that, this chapter explains why SOPC makes more sense for your next big design.

Keywords

Clock Cycle Processor Core Unit Price Clock Rate Branch Instruction 
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Authors and Affiliations

  • Changyi Gu
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  1. 1.San DiegoUSA

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