BYU FPGA Reliability Group

Welcome to the BYU FPGA Reliability Wiki at Brigham Young University.

This wiki contains information related to BYU's FPGA Reliability Studies.

Reconfigurable computing is increasingly used in radiation environments such as space and aeronautics. In these environments, however, reconfigurable computing is extremely sensitive to single event upsets (SEUs). While design reliability techniques for reconfigurable computing are used, these techniques consume a large number of resources and significantly impact the timing of reconfigurable circuits. This project will investigate and validate new, high-risk techniques for improving design reliability. Special emphasis will be given to design techniques adapted for the unique architectural structures of FPGAs and selected application domains.

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To request access to this wiki, please contact Brian Pratt (brianpratt `at' byu `dot' edu).


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