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  • 1 Technical University of Cluj, Cluj, Romania
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Reconfigurable electronics technology represents a challenging implementation paradigm of actual stage microelectronics. This paper presents the advantages of using hardware reconfigurable microelectronics technology in intelligent spaces development and implementation. An original approach is unfolded which emphasize the versatility of reconfigurable electronic circuit’s topology based configurations in a wide range of intelligent environment applications. The introduced theoretical approaches have been validated then by a real-time intelligent space implementation example. There have been exploited the huge re-routing abilities of reconfigurable electronics associated with its fine-grained operating behaviours. The final result of the theoretical and experimental research efforts is a well-fitted and practical solution for a wide range of intelligent space applications development and implementation.

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