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The use of dynamically and partially reconfigurable resources permits to support complex applications. If dynamic and partial reconfiguration offers new possibilities for applicative implementations, it could also provide new ways to design efficient interconnection architectures. In this way, R2NoC, a Network on Chip constituted of dynamically reconfigurable routers is presented. First characterizations of this network are provided through the physical implementation of one single router in a modern FPGA.