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Zoro100
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What is the difference among partial reconfiguration, dynamic reconfiguration and partial dynamic reconfiguration

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Hi everyone,

I have known the terms partial and dynamic reconfigurations before but not what they mean. Recently I came through this new term called partial dynamic reconfiguration.

So I was wondering, what is the difference among them?

 

Thanks in advance

 

-Chandrasekhar DVS

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iguo
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partial reconfig = partial dynamic reconfig.

dynamic reconfig is (may be) more often used for DRP registers writing.

Overrall, they both dynamically reconfigure part of FPGA device. You need to understand them according to the text.

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drjohnsmith
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interesting, give us some links where you have found the terms
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Zoro100
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Hello @drjohnsmith ,

For partial reconfiguration, I found many resources on internet. The following youtube video is one

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=GN3XLknq6tQ

Dynamic reconfiguration in XAPP878

https://www.xilinx.com/support/documentation/application_notes/xapp878.pdf  and finally

Partial Dynamic Reconfiguration in DRP section of UG360

https://www.xilinx.com/support/documentation/user_guides/ug360.pdf

 

-Chandrasekhar DVS

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iguo
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partial reconfig = partial dynamic reconfig.

dynamic reconfig is (may be) more often used for DRP registers writing.

Overrall, they both dynamically reconfigure part of FPGA device. You need to understand them according to the text.

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