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  • IP Cores
     → October 2012
    Understanding analog IP cores for embedded computing needs

    Understanding analog IP cores for embedded computing needs

    Allan Chin (Stellamar)
    The analog IP core selection roadmap leads to strategic objectives and significant value.

    FMC
     → Spring 2012

    Flexibility required? - FMCs

    Dr. Malachy Devlin (Forasach)
    VITA's FMC standard offers designers the flexibility to maintain interoperability in FPGAs despite ever-changing requirements.

    FPGA trends for mil systems
     → June 2012
    Implementing analog functions in rugged and rad-hard FPGAs

    Implementing analog functions in rugged and rad-hard FPGAs

    Allan Chin (Stellamar); Luciano Zoso (Stellamar)
    All aboard! Digital implementation of analog functions permits optimum analog block functionality in digital fabrics, such as rad-hard FPGAs, without adding any SWaP.

    FPGAs, analog and mixed-signal integration
     → 2011-2012 Resource Guide
    Approaches and tools for FPGA mixed-signal integration

    Approaches and tools for FPGA mixed-signal integration

    Allan Chin (Stellamar)
    Multiple methods for integrating ADCs into FPGAs are available, but the right implementation is contingent upon the signal being measured.

    Mixed signal
     → February 2010

    Green up: Leading edge of 'green' mixed signal

    Don Dingee (Editorial Director)
    This month, we explore examples of imec's basic research aiming to reduce power consumption to ultra-low levels in mixed-signal platforms.

    Data acquisition
     → January 2006

    Data acquisition with embedded FPGA processing - the perfect recipe for high performance

    Andrew Reddig (TEK Microsystems, Incorporated)
    Current FPGA technology, when combined with high-performance signal processing cores, can process the output of today’s A/D converters in real time, providing a flexible capability for preprocessing immediately after the data acquisition stage.

    Data acquisition
     → February 2007

    Measuring steel quality and aircraft performance

    Hermann Strass (European Analyst)
    Hermann discusses how VME is used in the production of hardened steel and an Advanced Integrated Data Acquisition and Stimulation System

    Signal processing trends in radar/sonar/EW
     → Jan/Feb 2013
    MOSA provides cost savings, performance, flexibility for EW digital receivers

    MOSA provides cost savings, performance, flexibility for EW digital receivers

    Chris Lewis (Mercury Systems); Alton Graves (Mercury Systems)
    The use of a Modular Open System Architecture (MOSA) can provide cost savings, and performance and upgrade flexibility gains, in digital receiver designs for use in Electronic Warfare (EW). Some approaches to employing MOSA in digital receivers are illustrated, as well as the benefits achieved.

    Software Defined Radio (SDR)
     → August 2011

    New Virtex-7 FPGAs boost software radio performance

    Rodger Hosking (Pentek, Inc.)
    Software-Defined Radio system performance looks to improve, thanks to the advanced power reduction, increased DSP engines, improved buffering, and faster interfaces of Xilinx's Virtex-7.

    Signal processing trends in radar/sonar/EW
     → Jan/Feb 2013
    Fast processors, FPGAs fuel radar/EW signal processing performance

    Fast processors, FPGAs fuel radar/EW signal processing performance

    John McHale (Editorial Director)
    Radar and Electronic Warfare (EW) designers' thirst for more and more data is driving innovation at the signal processing level as embedded computing suppliers work magic with FPGAs and processors to create intelligent, fast sensor networks.

    DSP
     → January/February 2012

    DSP goes all digital to boost real-time sensor data analysis

    Steve Edwards (Contributing Editor)
    Digital electronics take DSP into High-Performance Embedded Computing (HPEC) systems to optimize the fuel/data communications and system functionality/SWaP envelopes.

    Software optimization
     → May 2012
    Flexible hardware in software: Enabling customization through concurrent real-time programming

    Flexible hardware in software: Enabling customization through concurrent real-time programming

    Henk Muller (XMOS Ltd.)
    Software as a (complete) system: software-based design flows can provide economy and near limitless adaptability and optimization unattainable in silicon architectures.

    Signal processing trends in radar/sonar/EW
     → Jan/Feb 2013
    Virtex-7 FPGA technology boosts radar performance

    Virtex-7 FPGA technology boosts radar performance

    Rodger Hosking (Pentek)
    The latest Virtex-7 FPGAs from Xilinx deliver significant benefits for radar systems compared to previous-generation devices. Higher-density silicon with lower power consumption, more resources, faster interfaces, and more and faster memory not only enhances performance, it also opens new applicatio... [read more]

     → July 2006

    Embedded medical and biological applications

    Hermann Strass (European Analyst)
    Medical care in real time

    Enhanced Frequency Analysis
     → October 2011
    Enhanced frequency analysis improves data acquisition

    Enhanced frequency analysis improves data acquisition

    Steve Zachman (NEXTXEN)
    Software-based enhanced acquired-spectrum analysis can gather the data relevant to avoiding development pitfalls.

    Video
     → January 2013
    Video: Model 78670 4-Channel 1.25 GHz, 16-bit D/A with Virtex-6 FPGA Board

    Video: Model 78670 4-Channel 1.25 GHz, 16-bit D/A with Virtex-6 FPGA Board

    Rodger Hosking, Vice President and Co-Founder (Pentek, Inc.)
    Pentek vice president and co-founder Rodger Hosking demonstrates how the Model 78670, 4-Channel 1.25 GHz, 16-bit D/A with Virtex-6 FPGA Board, provides complete software radio transceiver solutions and delivers excellent dynamic range for advanced military radios, radar, beamforming and communicatio... [read more]

    Analog
     → November 2011

    National Semiconductor adds 16-bit and 24-bit sensor analog front ends

    Mike Demler (EE Daily News)
    National Semiconductor Corp. has announced the availability of seven new 24-bit and 16-bit multi-channel sensor AFEs (analog front-ends) to enable designers to easilly configure signal paths from interface sensors to microcontrollers.

    Motor controllers
     → June 2011
    White Paper: Optimize Motor Control Designs with an Integrated FPGA Design Flow

    White Paper: Optimize Motor Control Designs with an Integrated FPGA Design Flow

    Kevin Smith, Sr. Member of Technical Staff (Altera Corporation); Wil Florentino, Sr. Technical Marketing Manager (Altera Corporation); Jason Chiang, Sr. Technical Marketing Manager (Altera Corporation); Stefano J. Zammattio, Product Manager (Altera Corporation)
    This document describes a recommended design flow that leverages an FPGA's adaptability, variable-precision DSP, and integrated system-level design tools for motor control designs. Designer's of industrial motor-driven equipment can take advantage of the performance, integration, and efficiency bene... [read more]

    Video
     → January 2013
    Video: Complete Software Radio Transceiver Solutions

    Video: Complete Software Radio Transceiver Solutions

    Rodger Hosking, Vice President & Co-founder (Pentek)
    Pentek vice president and co-founder Rodger Hosking demonstrates how the Model 78621 provides complete software radio transceiver solutions and delivers excellent dynamic range for advanced military radios, radar, beamforming and communication applications.

    3G
     → November 2010
    White Paper: A case for LGA modules. The right choice for your 3G connected design.

    White Paper: A case for LGA modules. The right choice for your 3G connected design.

    Patrick Willekens, Product Line Manager Embedded Solutions (Option)
    For many years embedded 3G connectivity was a privilege reserved for mobile phones. Fueled by the explosive growth of smart phones, this has now become a basic requirement for an increasing number of new categories of mobile devices. In this white paper you will find out about the many advantages of... [read more]

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