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Embedded Technologies Tackle Video Processing Challenges

With video now a critical centerpiece of situational awareness, embedded computing solutions are tasked for processing, distributing and displaying growing amounts of captured video information. A new crop of board- and box-levels solutions are feeding those needs.

Synthetic Instrumentation Eases ATE Obsolescence Woes

ATE obsolescence can be a costly long-term problem. By moving to modular, software defined synthetic instrumentation, system developers can enjoy a new path toward efficient test operations.

Major DoD Programs Budget Emphasizes Cost-Effectiveness

The 2015 Defense Budget Request balances modernization with the need to accommodate the nation’s fiscal challenges. A focus on technology upgrades to existing platforms along with an overall network-centric strategy means embedded computing has a key role to play.

FPGA Processing Boards Ride Signal Processing Wave

As FPGA chip vendors continue to bulk up and enhance their offerings, FPGA processing board vendors are developing more powerful solutions aimed at military signal processing system designs.

April 2014: Inside Track

The Inside Track gives engineers and managers a current and objective look at the events of the military and aerospace industry as seen by our expert editorial staff.

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SBC Marries CompactPCI Serial and QorIQ Quad Core Processing

MEN Micro offers the G51, a 3U CompactPCI Serial SBC equipped with a high-performance QorIQ processor and a multitude of standard I/O interfaces on both the front and rear of the board. The G51 is ideal for a number of high computing functions including data acquisition and encryption as well as simulation and process control. Soldered components, high shock and vibration tolerance and a -40° to +85°C operating temperature enableRead More...

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