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Author: Prasad MC (Company: Student) (renuprasad)
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Hi... I want to know how to implement the BIST logic on virtex-5 fpga 
using Partial Reconfiguration.. In that what should be the static logic 
and what should be reconfigurable logic.. How to map our logic using 
plan ahead.. Thanks in advance.........

Author: Duke Scarring (Guest)
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> In that what should be the static logic
> and what should be reconfigurable logic..
That depends on your requirements.

> How to map our logic using plan ahead..
I think partial reconfiguration is an academical topic.
Take a look at the manual of planahead how and if it support partial 
reconfiguration.
Also ask Xilinx: http://www.xilinx.com/tools/partial-reconfiguration.htm

Duke

Author: Br ian (brian_w17)
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You actually need to designate reconfigurable modules which can be 
reconfigured.

I'd start here:
http://www.xilinx.com/itp/xilinx7/books/data/docs/...

Author: netb (Guest)
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You also need a special licence from Xilinx to use partial 
reconfiguration with PlanAhead. It isn't cheap as far as I know... but 
if you are a student you can ask your professor to get in contact with 
the Xilinx University program. In this program, Xilinx maybe give you an 
academic licence for a symbolic donation.

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