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December 2005

Hardware Assets

VME’s Tipping Point

It’s no secret that we’re now in the middle of tremendous technological change and turmoil today. Buses have reached their performance limits, and everyone seems to be enchaRead More...

VME SBC Designs Wrestle with Fabrics, I/O Issues

Still holding a firm grip on its position as the leading embedded board form-factor in the military market, VME boasts a longevity few bus standards can claim. Although approaching its Read More...

InfiniBand Technology Connects Onboard

The U.S. Navy faces many of the same communications requirements that face commercial enterprises, like support for voice, data, video and imaging as well as security and Quality of SRead More...

Tech Recon

Serial Switched Fabrics Enable New Military System Architectures

The use of serial switched fabrics such as Gigabit Ethernet (GbE), Advanced Switching Interconnect (ASI) and Serial RapidIO (SRIO) in military and aerospace embedded computing systems iRead More...

Higher Throughputs Drive Advanced Signal Processing Applications

High-performance embedded computing designs have an insatiable need for bandwidth, both for ever-increasing sensor I/O requirements in and out of a system and for signal and image proceRead More...

Test and Screening

Key Design Techniques Reduce EMI/RFI Effects in Military Applications

The effects of electromagnetic interference (EMI) and radio frequency interference (RFI) are particularly troublesome when designing printed circuit board (PCB) assemblies for high-speeRead More...

Designing EMI/EMC Compliance into Military Systems

Electromagnetic interference compliance, or lack of it, can literally be a life or death matter when it comes to military embedded computing equipment. Ensuring that a military Air TranRead More...