FPGA as a key component for reconfigurable system
This paper describes several key point to be considered when the system designer start devising the reconfigurable system. At first to give a clear image on reconfiguration, style of that is summarized in “Static Reconfiguration” and “Dynamic Reconfiguration.” Then several approaches to design reconfigurable system is discussed. Finally, XC6200 partially reconfigurable FPGA is described to give a clear image on realistic dynamically reconfigurable system.
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