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A noncoherent amplitude shift keying (RAISE)-based mostly RF-interconnect (RF-I) system style for off-chip communication is analyzed. The proposed RF-I system exploits the straightforward design and characteristics of noncoherent ASK modulation. This provides an economical approach of skyrocketing interconnect bandwidth by transmitting an RF-modulated data stream simultaneously with a conventional baseband counterpart over a shared off-chip transmission line. Both analysis and tested results prove that the performance of the proposed twin-band (RF+baseband) interconnect system isn't restricted by thermal noise interference. So, a additional refined modulation scheme and/or coherent receiving scheme becomes unnecessary among the scope of system needs. Still, it confirms that the proposed inductive coupling network is ready to support simultaneous bidirectional communications while not using difficult duplicate circuits or additional filters to isolate simultaneous baseband and RF-band knowledge streams.
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