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A dynamically reconfigurable architecture for embedded systems

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4 Author(s)
Sassatelli, G. ; LIRMM, Montpellier, France ; Cambon, G. ; Galy, J. ; Torres, L.

The Internet is becoming one of the key features of tomorrow's communication world. The evolution of mobile telephone networks, such as UMTS, will soon allow everyone to be connected everywhere. These new network technologies bring the ability to deal not only with classical voice or text messages, but also with improved content, i.e. multimedia. At the mobile level, this kind of data-oriented content requires highly efficient architectures; and nowadays, embedded system-on-chip solutions are no longer able to manage critical constraints like area, power and data-computing efficiency. In this paper, we propose a new, dynamically reconfigurable network, dedicated to data-oriented applications such as, for instance, one targeted on third-generation networks. Principles, realisations and comparative results are exposed for some classical applications, targeted on different architectures

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Rapid System Prototyping, 12th International Workshop on, 2001.

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