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An FPGA has a number of CLBs, each CLB having a number of CABs. Each CAB comprises: a number of configurable transistors each comprising one or more usable transistors M and a number of switching transistors; and, configuration circuitry comprising a number of switching transistors. The ratio of switching transistors to usable transistors for each CAB is less than 26:1. A method of configuring such an FPGA comprises optimising each configurable transistor.
|Publication status||Published - 10 May 2013|
- FPGA, reconfigurable architectures, patent
- 1 Finished
PAnDA: PAnDA: Programmable Analogue & Digital Array
Tyrrell, A., Trefzer, M. A. & Walker, J. A.
1/10/10 → 31/03/15
Project: Research project (funded) › Research