AMMC: Advanced Multi-core Memory Controller

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AMMC: Advanced Multi-core Memory Controller

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AMMC: Advanced Multi-core Memory Controller
Authors: Tassadaq Hussain, Oscar Palomar, Adriyn Cristal, Osman Unsal, Eduard Ayguady, Mateo Valero, Shakaib A. Gursal
Publication date : December 2014
Publisher : International IEEE Conference on Field-Programmable Technology FPT

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Abstract—SRAM-based FPGAs are becoming increasingly attractive for use in space applications due to their reconfigurability and signal processing capabilities, as well as their increasing speed and capacity. Traditional SRAM-based FPGAs, however, are highly sensitive to the ionizing radiation environment in space, making them prone to radiation-induced memory upsets.
In this paper, we evaluate and compare scrubbing techniques for Xilinx SRAM-based FPGAs with respect to radiation-induced single event upsets. A test framework using an exchangeable payload is developed for this purpose and run on a Xilinx Virtex-5 FPGA. We show that recent SRAM-based FPGAs can constitute a cost-efficient alternative to radiation-hardened or antifuse FPGAs for non-critical space application such as satellite instruments.


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