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2012-02-06 Ease ARINC 429 bus debugging
Read about Agilent's InfiniiVision 3000 X-Series oscilloscopes that provide ARINC 429 triggering and decoding, as well as eye-diagram mask test capability to help you debug your ARINC 429 buses faster.
2011-02-14 Data interface software solutions updated for Windows
DDC offers support on all popular versions of Windows including 32/64bit Windows Vista and 32/64bit Windows 7 to its line of AceXtreme MIL-STD-1553 and ARINC 429 hardware and software packages.
2004-10-12 Actel IP core improves aircraft comm performance
Actel released an IP core designed to reduce development time and improve the performance of aircraft communications systems.
2002-10-17 Teradyne bus test system emulates multiple protocols
Teradyne's Bi4-Series of serial bus test instruments is capable of emulating a wide range of bus protocols used in military and aerospace environments.
2002-04-19 SBS WAN adapters provides 52Mbps throughput
The MAXIM 520 series of WAN PMS adapters from SBS Technologies Inc. integrates a quad-port controller that provides an aggregate throughput of 52Mbps and supports interface options including V.35/X.21/EIA530, T1/E1, HSSI, and DS3/E3.
2012-03-14 Eye-diagram mask testing on differential MIL-STD 1553 signals
Know how to use Agilent 3000 X-Series oscilloscope for eye-diagram mask testing.
2008-04-23 ExpressCard interfaces designed for avionics testing
GE Fanuc Intelligent Platforms has introduced three RoHS-compliant ExpressCard interfaces for testing critical aircraft systems.
2011-01-21 COTS systems cut costs of military vehicle platforms
GE rolls two CompactPCI-based computers that are available in a wide range of application-specific configurations and which can be delivered in a rugged, convection- or base plate-cooled 3U chassis.
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