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 (FPGAs), 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. Such(More)
| Recon gurable computing refers to the use of processors, such as Field Programmable Gate Arrays (FPGAs), that can be modi ed at the hardware level to take on di erent processing tasks. A recon gurable computing platform describes the hardware and software base on top of which modular extensions can be created, depending on the desired application. Such(More)
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