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  • CPU/GPU video streaming
     → October 2011
    Streaming real-time video with CPUs/GPUs

    Streaming real-time video with CPUs/GPUs

    Dr. David G. Johnson (Cambridge Pixel)
    Proprietary no more: 3D gaming CPUs and GPUs exploited by software that can harness their capabilities render versatile multiscreen/window/layer displays at fractions of the cost.

    Avionics
     → March 2018
    Modernizing a serial processing code to obtain optimal performance on an OpenVPX digital signal processing module

    Modernizing a serial processing code to obtain optimal performance on an OpenVPX digital signal processing module

    Beau Paisley (Arm); Tammy Carter ( Curtiss-Wright Defense Solutions)
    Serial algorithms can be evolved to a scalable, multithreaded, multiprocess implementation using ubiquitous and well-established high-performance computing (HPC) programming frameworks such as OpenMP and MPI. Such techniques are used in compute-intensive defense, aerospace, and industrial applicatio... [read more]

    Microsoft Embedded
     → 2011 Resource Guide

    Oh, Microsoft... what haven't you done?

    Microsoft’s underwhelming presence at ESC San Jose raises questions as to the future of Redmond in the embedded industry.

    Choosing the right processor
     → February 2013
    Choosing a processor is a multifaceted process

    Choosing a processor is a multifaceted process

    David Katz (Analog Devices); Rick Gentile (Analog Devices)
    The days are over when selecting a processor was a relatively simple task, in light of today’s converged processing paradigm. But examining a few key considerations can ease the decision-making process.

    Signal processing
     → September 2017

    Image-processing programming: Hope for non-nerds?

    Charlotte Adams (Abaco Systems)
    Today's armored-vehicle and helicopter operators can detect, assess, and act upon threats with the aid of devices such as helmet-mounted displays and heads-up displays. Thanks to image processing, ground-attack vehicle commanders soon will be able to enjoy a 360-degree "window" on their environments... [read more]

    Real time
     → March 2013
    White Paper: Implementation of  Real-Time Spectrum Analysis

    White Paper: Implementation of Real-Time Spectrum Analysis

    Dr. Florian Ramian (Rohde & Schwarz GmbH)
    Measuring signals in real time means: do not lose any signal. But how can we get rid of the blind times?

    Static analysis
     → June 2011
    Finding concurrency errors with static analysis

    Finding concurrency errors with static analysis

    Paul Anderson (GrammaTech)
    Static analysis tools aid in eliminating the concurrency pitfalls of multithreaded code.

    Deep Packet Inspection
     → February 2011

    Internet traffic trends and Deep Packet Inspection at multi-gigabit data rates

    Curt Schwaderer (Technology Editor)
    As Internet traffic morphs, Internet infrastructure must adapt.

    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]

    Signal processing trends in radar/sonar/EW
     → Jan/Feb 2013
    Exploiting MOSA software for high-performance ISR and signal processing applications

    Exploiting MOSA software for high-performance ISR and signal processing applications

    Michael Stern (GE Intelligent Platforms)
    High Performance Embedded Computing (HPEC) is rapidly becoming mainstream in the mil/aero embedded computing world, bringing with it the potential to solve increasingly challenging problems such as that of processing ISR and other signal processing data. The key for developers, however, is to make t... [read more]

    ZigBee
     → Spring 2013
    ZigBee Application Profiles converge to bring Smart Energy home

    ZigBee Application Profiles converge to bring Smart Energy home

    In the context of the residential space, the term "smart energy" can be in reference eitherto the intelligent infrastructure that powers the home, or the smart energy products and applications that reside within it. Silicon Labs' Thomas Barber and Mark Grazier of Texas Instruments explain how ZigB... [read more]

    Embedded avionics for military aircraft
     → March 2013
    Military avionics designs embrace common standards and TRLs

    Military avionics designs embrace common standards and TRLs

    John McHale (Editorial Director)
    The task of improving situational awareness for military pilots in a tough budget climate with little development funding available requires designers to use open architectures and common standards to keep costs down. This trend also has fueled the enthusiasm behind the FACE Consortium, which promis... [read more]

    Multicore
     → February/March 2014
    Demystifying multi-core architecture for avionics

    Demystifying multi-core architecture for avionics

    Patrick Huyck (Green Hills Software)
    Avionics system architects making design decisions today are often frustrated by an expensive problem - having to perform a substantial redesign because an existing system lacked the flexibility required to support an update. Such inflexible barriers in the design process may be overcome by using ne... [read more]

    Carrier Grade Linux
     → August 2011
    White Paper: MontaVista Linux Carrier Grade Edition

    White Paper: MontaVista Linux Carrier Grade Edition

    Staff (MontaVista)
    The adoption of Linux in the communications network infrastructure space is very evident. A carrier grade operating system platform brings tremendous benefits for the entire service life of a deployed system, but, as they say, “getting there can be half the battle.” Getting the system developed and ... [read more]

    security
     → March 2011

    Protecting your Linux server from root password-guessing attacks

    Don R. Crawley (Soundtraining.net)
    Protecting the Linux server from security breaches is an ever-increasing issue, and an examination of using cryptographic keys for the SSH root login provides insight on the issue.

    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.

    IoT
     → November 2015
    White Paper: Windows 10 IoT Enterprise

    White Paper: Windows 10 IoT Enterprise

    Cristine Valladao, EMEA IoT Lead (Microsoft)
    Windows 10 IoT Enterprise is a full version of Windows 10 that powers a range of industry devices across retail, manufacturing, health, government and other industries.

    Test/Qualification
     → August 2011
    Racing to test next-gen mobile: Inside track for AdvancedTCA?

    Racing to test next-gen mobile: Inside track for AdvancedTCA?

    Tom Roberts (Mercury Computer Systems)
    Modularity and interoperability poise AdvancedTCA solution architecture as the favorite to meet the burdensome demands of LTE telecommunications test equipment.

    Evolving Industries
     → Winter 2011

    Dealing with change

    Jerry Gipper, Editorial Director (Editorial Director)
    Bracing for change in the technology industry is not always easy, but perennially necessary.

    System realization
     → May 2011
    Platforms continuum for system realization

    Platforms continuum for system realization

    Ran Avinun (Cadence Design Systems)
    Open, connected, and scalable hardware/software platforms should connect design and verification flows to offer higher performance and a more flexible modeling environment.

    GUI tools
     → Spring 2012
    Effective UI development with GUI tools for embedded devices

    Effective UI development with GUI tools for embedded devices

    Jim Trudeau (Freescale Semiconductor); Roger Edgar (Freescale Semiconductor)
    An effective Graphical User Interface (GUI) development platform can mean the difference in creating a time- and money-saving GUI that is viable through generations of devices.

    Embedded tech for Mil simulation and training
     → October 2012
    Trial by fire: Training for the ISR flight

    Trial by fire: Training for the ISR flight

    Justin Snider (General Atomics Aeronautical Systems, Inc.)
    Part math and part art form, sensor planning should not be confused with the standard flight or mission plan.

    Small form factors
     → Spring 2011

    Why Google matters a lot to embedded designers

    Chris A. Ciufo (Editor)
    Even if you’re not designing an Android phone, the Google machine will help differentiate your next SFF hardware design. Listen up.

    Network processors
     → January (E-letter)
    Managing network traffic flow for multicore x86 processors at 40/100G, Part 1 of 2

    Managing network traffic flow for multicore x86 processors at 40/100G, Part 1 of 2

    Nabil G. Damouny (Netronome)
    Part one of this two part series takes an introspective look at the processors that will be used to facilitate the migration to 40G, 100G, and beyond.

    Spatial auditory displays
     → June 2012
    Spatial auditory displays: Reducing cognitive load and improving driver reaction times

    Spatial auditory displays: Reducing cognitive load and improving driver reaction times

    Scott Pennock (QNX Software Systems)
    Advances in spatial auditory displays are showing a reduction in driver cognitive load and an increase in both and safety and convenience.

    Signal processing
     → January 2014
    Embedded signal processing enables advanced radars and EW systems with low latency

    Embedded signal processing enables advanced radars and EW systems with low latency

    John McHale (Editorial Director)
    Modern radar and electronic warfare designs rely heavily on embedded computing systems that leverage high-speed commercial processors and FPGAs to find every target or signal and enable the warfighter to respond in real time. Meanwhile, signal processing system designers are cutting costs by using p... [read more]

    ASICs and ASSPs
     → April 2012
    White Paper: Methods and Tools for Bring-Up and Debug of an FPGA-Based ASIC Prototype

    White Paper: Methods and Tools for Bring-Up and Debug of an FPGA-Based ASIC Prototype

    Troy Scott, Product Marketing Manager (Synopsys, Inc.)
    Software simulation of RTL is no longer capable of providing all of the verification required for today's complex ASIC designs. Modern ASICs are a complex mixture of hardware and software, so it is necessary to verify the design within the context of the complete system, running the full range of so... [read more]

     → January 2012
    Detecting oscillations in the variable frequency drives of large industrial blowers

    Detecting oscillations in the variable frequency drives of large industrial blowers

    Juerg Roth (ABB Switzerland); Klaas A. Vogel (Elsys Instruments, LLC)
    Modern industrial VFD controllers and motors require open, modular transient recorder equipment to diagnose, troubleshoot, and fine-tune the system as the electronics within them have evolved.

    Serial buses
     → April 2012
    White Paper: Capture, Decode and Debug of Low Speed Serial Buses

    White Paper: Capture, Decode and Debug of Low Speed Serial Buses

    Tony Minchell (LeCroy Corporation)
    Low speed serial bus validation requires more than simple voltage verses time measurements. LeCroy oscilloscopes have the ability to use a wide range of triggering, analysis and decode capabilities to bring increased confidence to the validation process. This article will cover methods to capture, v... [read more]

    Software tools
     → May 2012
    White Paper: SCADE System, a comprehensive toolset for smooth transition from Model-Based System Engineering to certified embedded control and display software

    White Paper: SCADE System, a comprehensive toolset for smooth transition from Model-Based System Engineering to certified embedded control and display software

    Thierry Le Sergent. Product Manager (Esterel Technologies); Alain Le Guennec, R&D Project Manager (Esterel Technologies)
    The International Council on Systems Engineering (INCOSE) defines system engineering as an interdisciplinary approach and means to enable the realization of successful systems. It focuses on defining customer needs and required functionality early in the development cycle, documenting requirements, ... [read more]

    Industrial Ethernet
     → June 2011
    White Paper: A Flexible Solution for Industrial Ethernet

    White Paper: A Flexible Solution for Industrial Ethernet

    Stefano J. Zammattio, Product Manager (Altera Corporation); Jason Chiang, Sr. Technical Marketing Manager (Altera Cororation); Stefan Weiher, Product Manager (IXXAT Gmbh); Prof. Hans Doran (ZHAW InES)
    This white paper describes the use of FPGAs to deliver a multistandard Industrial Ethernet capability from a single PCB implementation. The benefits of FPGA implementation are described and an overview of the FPGA development flow, tools, and technology used to create a universal but easy-to-maintai... [read more]

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