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Demo Night at FPT

The paper I wrote for FPT was regarding Partial Dynamic Reconfiguration in a PSoC device. I used a temperature compensated fan controller design originally designed by Dave Van Ess as the example. This design dynamically reconfigures the UART and TachTimer.

 

This is the demo table set-up. All of the other demos were Xilinx Virtex or Spartan.  If you want to know more about DYNAMIC RECONFIGRATION send me an email.

Below are some pictures of the demo session in full swing and the view from the deck outside the demo room looking down on the lower campus at UNSW

 

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