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ATtACk - A methodology for realizing partially reconfigurable FPGA systems

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Reconfigurable systems are expected to become more and more important as flexibility is becoming a requirement for many telecommunication applications. In this work, a methodology for handling dynamic partial reconfigurability is presented. The methodology builds on and extends the Rugby model and is applied to a case-study for implementation of two link-adaptation algorithms for WiMAX on a Xilinx Virtex-4 SX35 FPGA. The results indicate that implementation of dynamic partial reconfiguration can be handled well by the proposed methodology.

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Norchip, 2007

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19-20 Nov. 2007