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Transitioning to DO-178C and ARP4754A for UAV software development using model-based design - Story

July 27, 2012
With the FAA and EASA adopting aviation standards such as DO-178C and ARP4754A, UAV software developers should familiarize themselves with these standards, particularly when transitioning to model-based design.

Measurement and analysis techniques for wireless systems - Story

December 16, 2011
Developing commercial and military wireless receivers is a challenging task, requiring engineers to understand the specification, design and implement an algorithm that can discriminate between signals of interest and spurious signals, and test the algorithms to verify they perform properly. Using MATLAB, the authors demonstrate how each of these steps can be completed using the Mode S aircraft communication standard.

Increasingly complex system designs need simulation, code generation tools - Interview with Dr. Jon Friedman, MathWorks - Story

April 11, 2011
I think automatic code generation, test vector generation, or property proving aren't about taking the human out of that process. They're about adding tools to the engineer's quiver.?So said our interviewee, Jon Friedman from MathWorks. In this exclusive interview, Friedman gives a?firsthand education in Model-Based Design and why it's becoming essential in air- and spacecraft systems. Edited excerpts follow.

Developing next-gen signal processing and communications systems: Engineering tools and design flow advancements - Story

October 06, 2010
It used to be that system engineers, algorithm developers, and hardware engineers used different tools to do their jobs, which often resulted in workflow gaps that led to design errors. However, with Model-Based Design (MBD), engineers use models as a golden reference that links every part of the development process - requirements, design, implementation, and testing.

Foresight beats out hindsight ... but only in the case of model-based design: Interview with Dr. Jon Friedman, The MathWorks - Story

February 11, 2010
EDITOR'S NOTE: It doesn't matter which type of ware is being viewed. The purpose of modeling is always the same: The visionary gets to see the possibilities - before any investment is made. And the same applies to military embedded technology, according to The MathWorks'?Dr. Jon Friedman.