Implementation of WCDMA Multi-Finger Correlation Pool in Dynamically Recon gurable Resource Array
Dynamically Recon gurable Resource Array (DRRA) is a coarse-grained recon gurable architecture (CGRA) platform for multiple, complete radio and multimedia applications, which emphasise on digital signal processing. It is designed at Department of Electronics Systems of KTH. DRRA de- ploys pools of small, simple and agile resources for computation, storage and interconnect and create runtime partitions customised to the needs of applications.
In this thesis project, we implemented a correlation module (named \Corre- lation Pool") for WCDMA code generation and scrambling, in DRRA platform. The technical speci cations are based on 3GPP standard . This thesis report covers detailed description of DRRA platform, the design and implementation of \Correlation Pool", as well as the veri cation of the system. In the end, the synthesis and simulation results are summarised and analysed. This project achieved the speci cations and met the requirements, proving the capability of the platform.
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