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Taking video display/distribution further: Getting to 360 degree situational awareness - Story

September 10, 2010
The High Definition (HD) video commercial market has increased the number of camera and sensor types and the resolution of flat-panel displays. In turn, this has motivated designers of video distribution systems for military ground vehicles to seek ways to deliver 360? Situational Awareness Systems (360? SASs) while respecting the Size, Weight, and Power (SWaP) limitations of existing ground-vehicle platforms.

UAV system architectures: The next evolution - Story

August 25, 2010
Network-centricity and recent advances in high-speed serial fabric technologies, along with legacy device bridging methodologies, enable highly flexible UAV system architectures to meet the rapidly changing demands of the 21st century battlefield, while shortening time-to-market and mitigating risks.

I/O mezzanines for FPGA-based reconfigurable computing - Story

August 11, 2010
Is PMC, XMC, or FMC best for reconfigurable FPGA-based computing? The answer hinges upon design issues. However, depending on application requirements, it is probable that rugged FPGA I/O will be served by the PMC, XMC, or FMC open standards.

Getting the most out of multicore processors - Story

July 14, 2010
System integrators can now combine multiple applications with the emergence of multicore SoCs for better optimization.

XMC card doubles the span of memory lane - Product

June 01, 2010
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Networked Attached Storage expands data storage and security on military platforms - Story

May 31, 2010
Network Attached Storage allows system designers to take advantage of increased security, storage and better SWaP mitigation over direct attached storage alternatives.

Rugged mission displays for surveillance applications - Story

March 30, 2010
Helicopters and light aircraft are used extensively for policing, homeland security, border control, and many other forms of aerial surveillance by military and civilian organizations. Equipped with a range of Electro-Optical (EO) sensors, these aircraft have mission-system capability to display, process, and record sensor data independent of their flight-safety critical avionics systems.