Propagation Delay DSP Functions Optimization of EM22FS Dual-Core for Electrical Steering Sensor and Control ASIC
This work describes the optimization of DSP functions to be implemented in an electrical steering torque and angle sensor control ASIC aiming to avoid a maximum propagation delay. An algorithm with the required redundancy is implemented in the ASIL-D compliant ARC EM22FS dual-core lock-step safety processor for automotive applications. An optimization of the total propagation delay is done for the total signal chain. A minimum processor clock is estimated to avoid propagation delay in excess. This is a work in progress project aiming to evaluate the implementation of a torque and angle sensor ASIC for an electrical steering sensor.
Murilo Pilon Pessatti is co-founder and CEO of Chipus Microelectronics since its inception back to 2008. Chipus is an Analog and Mixed-signal Semiconductor IC Design company focused on developing leading mixed-signal chips for new markets. He has 22 years of experience in Analog and Mixed-signal IC design and team management. Prior to founding Chipus, He worked for CEITEC SA, Brazil, from 2006-2008, leading and managing a group of 13 analog IC designers working in chips for a passive RFID products line. He also worked for ChipIdea (acquired by Synopsys in 2009) from 2003-2006 as an analog IP designer in the power management group, developing power management unit IPs for top IDM companies, key blocks used inside smartphones, MP3 players and a plethora of portable devices with the function to manage the battery power of these devices efficiently. He has a MBA in project management for technology companies from Pontifícia Universidade Católica do Rio Grande do Sul (PUC-RS), Brazil, in 2009, a Master of Science in Electrical Engineer (MSEE) with emphasis in Microelectronics and Photonics from State University of Campinas (UNICAMP) Brazil, in 2002, and a degree in Electrical Engineer (BSEE), with emphasis in Electronics, from São Paulo University (USP), Brazil, in 2000.
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