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Ordered arbiters

Ordered arbiters

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The granting of requests in the order of their arrival is not satisfied in existing 1/n arbiters, such as token rings, tree arbiters and networks of two-way arbiters. The proposed solution stores pending grants in a FIFO, thus maximally preserving the request order, improves fairness and offers lower metastability rate.

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