Enabling RTR for industry

Authors Oliver Diessel, Shannon Koh

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Oliver Diessel
Shannon Koh

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Oliver Diessel and Shannon Koh. Enabling RTR for industry. In Dynamically Reconfigurable Architectures. Dagstuhl Seminar Proceedings, Volume 6141, pp. 1-17, Schloss Dagstuhl – Leibniz-Zentrum für Informatik (2006)


This talk explores the promise of run tme reconfigurable (RTR) technology and makes an attempt to identify critical support elements that need to be put in place in order to overcome barriers to enhanced RTR uptake in industry. We outline a research project underway at the University of New South Wales to develop a positioning satellite receiver that exploits the diversity in satellite signals to mitigate the effects of interference. This project is examined as a case study to motivate the discovery of challenges an industrial organisation faces engineering a dynamically reconfigurable product. Our progress towards the development of a methodology for providing communications infrastructure for module-based applications illustrates one of the efforts necessary to develop useful synthesis tools for RTR applications development. We conclude with suggestions for how the academic community can better assist the commercial development of real applications.
  • Run-time reconfiguration
  • industry support
  • design tools
  • module-based design
  • communications


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