Andreas Weisensee

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— Field Programmable Gate Arrays (FPGAs) have recently been increasingly used for highly-parallel processing of compute intensive tasks. This paper introduces an FPGA hardware platform architecture that is PC-based, allows for fast reconfiguration over the PCI bus, and retains a simple physical hardware design. The design considerations are first discussed,(More)
Software Defined Radio (SDR) technology seeks to solve the problem of multiple incompatible broadcast / telecom standards available in different locations, by having standard specific processing defined in software. This software will be downloaded and run on generic hardware, so that different broadcast / telecom standards can be supported by downloading(More)
— Reconfigurable computing refers to the use of processors, such as Field Programmable Gate Arrays (FP-GAs), that can be modified at the hardware level to take on different processing tasks. A reconfigurable computing platform describes the hardware and software base on top of which modular extensions can be created, depending on the desired application.(More)
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