VLSILAB (VLSI theory, design and applications)
Virtual Prototyping of a NFC SW-Defined Radio
Tesi esterna in azienda
Riferimenti GUIDO MASERA
Riferimenti esterni • Tiberio Fanti, Digital Design Group Manager, NXP Semiconductors Austria, Gratkorn
• Stefan Brennsteiner, Senior Digital Designer, NXP Semiconductors Austria, Gratkorn
Gruppi di ricerca VLSILAB (VLSI theory, design and applications)
Descrizione Near Field Communication (NFC) is a ubiquitous technology with many applications ranging from identification to ticketing, from mobile payment to logistical solutions, and, just recently, wireless charging. One way to balance the increasing engineering effort and costs with the growing need for flexibility is the adoption of a processing node next to the “Edge” of the system, thus aiming for the realization of a so-called Software-Defined Radio (SDR). As opposed to custom-logic signal processing units, an SDR provides the wanted flexibility at the cost of an initial non-recurrent engineering effort. In this case, the main challenge is finding the optimal system-partitioning, at early project stages, during concept development.
The aim of the proposed Master Thesis is to develop a Virtual Prototyping (VP) platform based around an open-source RISC-V processor and to identify and model the peripherals which are necessary to build a full-fledged SDR.
Vedi anche nxp semiconductors austria - master thesis proposal - nfc sdr virtual prototyping.pdf
Scadenza validita proposta 07/11/2023 PROPONI LA TUA CANDIDATURA