Size Matters! How a System Perspective Slashes the Size of a USB 2.0 Device Core

An optimized USB 2.0 device core can be 200,000 gates smaller than a rigid, one-size-fits-all USB core, without sacrificing functionality or performance. That's a big enough difference to slash a chip's size by a few square millimeters, cutting power consumption and cost. This white paper describes how to achieve those kinds of savings by analyzing a system architecture and fine-tuning a synthesizable USB 2.0 device core.

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