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Using Embedded FPGA Blocks to Enable SoC Re-Configurability

Authored on: Mar 22, 2007 by Ian Bryant and Yankin Tanurhan

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This paper describes the benefits of using embedded programmable gate arrays (EPGAs), an embeddable FPGA technology, within a system-on-a-chip (SoC) device. It describes the considerations required for use beyond those of dedicated stand-alone FPGA products.

The paper then describes Actel's new VariCore EPGA architecture, developed to allow embedding reprogrammability into SoC applications, along with the methodologies to implement them.

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