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A fine-grained reconfigurable architecture based on double gate technology is proposed and analyzed. The logic function operating on the first gate of a double-gate (DG) transistor is reconfigured by altering the charge on its second gate. Each cell in the array can act as logic or interconnect, or both, contrasting with current field-programmable gate array structures in which logic and interconnect are built and configured separately. Simulation results are presented for a fully depleted SOI DG-MOSFET implementation and contrasted with two other proposals from the literature based on directed self-assembly.