[This article belongs to Volume - 56, Issue - 02]
Gongcheng Kexue Yu Jishu/Advanced Engineering Science
Journal ID : AES-22-03-2024-687

Title : Design and Implementation of Ultra Low power Edge Coded Signaling (ECS) Receiver Architecture for IoT Devices
JAMUNA M, AM VIJAYAPRAKASH,

Abstract : Edge coded signaling (ECS) is a type of signaling used in communication systems where information is transmitted by changes in the signals edges or transitions. Similarly, the receiver operation based on edge coded signaling involves detecting these changes in the received signal and decoding them to retrieve the transmitted information. To address data rate and power losses in IOT devices, dynamic edge-coded signaling methodology is used to verify the 16-bit receiver design. A Decoder, Edge detector, Counter and Finite state machine are the main fundamental components of the ECS receiver architecture. The functionality of the receiver is demonstrated to 16 bits and is compared against different schemes at the different design metrics. The proposed ECS receiver which includes all subblocks of the design consumes 1468nWof power with the ideal supply voltage of 1.5 V for all IoT devices.