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2005-09-05 Thales set to roll out Rapid IO multi-processor system
Thales Computers is about to roll out its first serial Rapid IO system for embedded computing applications, which will combine both PowerPC and Pentium-M processors
2005-06-17 Fiberbyte's modules give synchronous realtime control on USB
Fiberbyte's DAQ-2500X module has four independent 16-bit resolution 100kS/s simultaneous-sampling analog input channels. Each channel packs its own A/D converter.
2006-02-02 Wideband RF development platform records and plays back
Pentek's new development platforms are for realtime wideband data acquisition, signal processing and recording
2005-09-07 PC/104-Plus processor board gets VxWorks support
The Eurotech Group announces the availability of a so-called BSP (board support package) for its CPU-1432 PC/104-Plus embedded computer and Wind River Systems' VxWorks realtime operating system.
2006-06-14 DSP RTOS supports StarCore DSP cores
Enea's OSEck RTOS fully supports StarCore's SC1000 and SC2000 families of DSP cores and provides message-based LINX IPC services to simplify mobile multimedia designs.
2013-01-21 Examine soft-core processors for embedded systems
Here's a closer look at four soft-core processors to see which one would be most suitable for your platform.
2005-10-13 Protocol analyzer helps deploy triple-play UMTS services
Tektronix is rolling out a new generation Universal Mobile Telecommunications System UTRAN (UMTS Terrestrial Radio Access Network) protocol analyzer
2006-12-22 New RTOS library supports DAQ cubes
United Electronic Industries announced the addition of complete QNX RTOS support for its PowerDNA products.
2004-12-03 Analyzer checks 3G cellular video
Radcom's new software will now let users monitor and troubleshoot cellular video service in realtime
2004-10-25 TI, QNX collaborate on in-car audio systems
Texas Instruments Inc. (TI) and QNX Software Systems have collaborated to deliver next-generation in-car audio systems based on the QNX Neutrino realtime operating system (RTOS) and TI's dual-core OMAP5912 DSP-based solution.
2007-04-05 Embedded visual computing framework targets safety-critical market
Quantum3D and Sysgo jointly developed FidelityVCF, claimed to be the industry's first COTS tightly integrated, advanced realtime embedded visual computing development and deployment software for the safety-critical market
2008-02-05 Dual-core chips achieve 1,920 MIPS processing
Renesas Technology's SH7786 Group of dual-core processors built around twin SH-4A CPU cores achieve up to 1,920 MIPS when operating at 533MHz
2005-12-23 StarFabric VMEbus board packs dual Motorola processors
This dual-processor XtraPower PPCM2 board from Radstone Embedded Computing is available in a range of ruggedization levels with pricing starting at $10,000.
2010-08-27 QNX, Freescale aim to speed up design turnaround time
QNX CAR now supports i.MX applications processors to allow creation of sophisticated automotive infotainment systems
2010-07-22 QNX RTOS gets IEC 61508 SIL 3-certified
QNX Software Systems Co. announced that its QNX Neutrino RTOS Safe Kernel has received IEC 61508 Safety Integrity Level 3 certification.
2004-11-30 PCI mezzanine card packs ADSP-TS201 TigerSHARC bite
BittWare now has a DSP board based on Analog Devices' (ADI) DSP silicon.
2006-01-19 Multi-channel DAQ board uses switched-cap over-sampling A/Ds
Radstone's VME bus data-acquisition card is replete with analog signal conversion and conditioning based on a pair of Analog Devices AD9260 data converter chips.
2005-04-26 I/O board is low-profile PCI plug-in
Selling for less than $700, ACCES I/O Products' PCI bus-compatible multi-function analog I/O board imparts 16-bit precision to PC-based measurement, analysis, monitoring and control apps.
2005-03-11 Hardware, APIs, libraries optimize fast data-acq development platform
Pentek is rolling out its RTS2503 development platform, and SystemFlow API and libraries.
2005-11-25 DAQ card packs its own clock
Interactive Circuits and Systems rolled out its ICS-645D 32-channel 5-Msample/s data acquisition card (8-channel and 16 channel versions are also available).
2005-05-17 Board initiative, products address MIL COTS obsolescence problem
General Micro Systems is debuting what it calls a Processing Engine initiative to help solve a knotty technology problem that's impacting military designers everywhere these days.
2006-06-07 ARM9 MCU supports migration from ARM7
Atmel's ARM9 MCUs share the same programming as ARM7 controllers, allowing direct migration among controllers of different ARM cores.
2005-10-21 VXS board packs dual 2.2GS/s A/D channels
The new Quixilica Neptune 2 VXS from TEK Microsystems combines field programmable gate arrays with dual 2.2GS/s data conversion channels.
2005-12-06 USB box works as general-purpose hardware resource
Byte Paradigm's new GP-22050 BASE plug-and-play box can operate either as a bi-directional instrument or as a single-direction device. Each pin or signal can be individually defined as an input, an output or as a bi-directional line.
2006-07-28 Software solution helps configure intelligent field devices
Yokogawa Corp. of America is starting shipment of its FieldMate Advance software to help configure and maintain intelligent field devices.
2006-01-23 Serial analyzer doubles as exerciser, EEPROM programmer
Corelis' new I2C bus analyzer packs a JTAG controller that supports data rates up to 5Mbps.
2005-05-27 Multiple-processor VME boards serve air-cooled MIL apps
The new VME boards from Mercury Computer Systems are primarily slated for high-end military apps.
2006-09-04 Multi-computer suits military C4ISR multimode missions
Mercury Computer Systems offers its PowerStream 6600 multi-computer with 716 PowerPC GFLOPS of compute performance in a conduction-cooled enclosure.
2006-04-17 Ergonomic plug-and-play oscilloscopes reside in USB probes
PicoScope 2104, a single-channel 10MHz bandwidth and PicoScope 2105, its 25MHz counterpart, comprise PC-hosted virtual oscilloscopes and are compatible with with PCs equipped with 480Mbsp USB 2.0 ports.
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