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This handbook provides design considerations and rules-of-thumb to ensure the functionality you want will work. It brings together all the information needed by systems designers to develop applications that include configurability, from the simplest implementations to the most complicated.
|Ch. 1||A Brief History of In-System Configuration||1|
|Ch. 2||Configurable Device Architectures||14|
|Ch. 3||In-System Configuration Technologies||32|
|Ch. 4||Configuration Description and Specification Languages - Configuration Data Specification||48|
|Ch. 5||Configuration Description and Specification Languages - Configuration Algorithm with Data Specifications||54|
|Ch. 6||Configuration Description and Specification Languages - Separated Configuration Algorithm and Data Specifications||66|
|Ch. 7||Configuration Specification and Description Languages - IEEE Standard 1532||100|
|Ch. 8||The IEEE STD 1532 Compliant Device||138|
|Ch. 9||Design Considerations for In-System Configurable Systems||148|
|Ch. 10||In-System Configuration-Based Platforms||168|
|Ch. 11||Designing In-System Configurable Applications||180|
Posted December 3, 2003
This text provides a great overview and guide to the many applications that can benefit from in-system configuration (also known as in-system programming and on-board programming). It details the recent IEEE Std 1532 and supplies a deeper analysis of the implications and utility of it. I recommend this book heartily to electronic systems designers using programmable logic devices of all sorts.Was this review helpful? Yes NoThank you for your feedback. Report this reviewThank you, this review has been flagged.