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September 2007

Special Feature

Non-Volatile SRAM Ignites Memory Architecture Rethink

It’s long been a given that military system designers are dependent on the shifts and directions of the general commercial computing and consumer markets in terms of available memRead More...

System Integration Fuels Nano and High-Density Computing

Highly integrated “nanocomputing” solutions will enable a whole new level of autonomy and mission flexibility for military systems ranging from mini-UAVs to battlefield sensRead More...

High-Density Computing Fuels Fusion of Embedded Visual Information

Today’s battlefield is dominated by visual information. Much of the embedded computing power on today’s battlefield is dedicated to processing video information—capturRead More...

System Development

PC Instrumentation Gear Eases SIGINT Analysis Chores

Signal intelligence (SIGINT) describes a broad range of applications—performed by the military and other government entities—ranging from communications jamming, packet snifRead More...

Tech Recon

VPX: Architecture of Choice for Situational Awareness

There are perhaps as many definitions of situational awareness as there are situations to be aware of. A consensus exists, though, that in its simplest form, situational awareness is abRead More...

Multicore Processing Feeds Military Imaging Needs

With the massive data sharing that will be made possible by the DoD’s planned Global Information Grid (GIG), field and strategic commanders will be able to obtain real-time situatRead More...

Technology Focus

Maturing Conduction-Cooled cPCI Blasts Forward

In many markets dubbing a technology “mature” is a negative. Not so in the military. With its long development cycles, the defense industry can’t risk latching onto a Read More...

Conduction-Cooled cPCI Boards Roundup

PowerPC SBC Series Is Rich with I/O The 3U form-factor has become the CompactPCI flavor of choice for space-constrained applications. No other standard form-factor permits such highRead More...