Tuesday, September 16, 2008

'reconfiguration' in FPGA

My teammate and I are problematic (I know he is; he doesn't know I am) about the fact that VHDL does not support reconfiguration right now. Don't get me wrong. The technology is reconfigurable by the fact that it is an FPGA board. The abstract of our project says that what's good here is the 'reconfigurability' of the board we are using when you can't actually reconfigure the board during runtime. The bright side here, as I see it, is that this is another room for study. Maybe what will happen with us is that we will implement applications and tackle the problem as we encounter it. I haven't got much time to study it all. Seems like my next two years is already programmed. I'll burn the bridge when I get there.

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