We examine the 2019 tri-services memo regarding MOSA, and what open standards such as SOSA, FACE, and VICTORY mean for today’s military programs.
This white paper examines DAU heat challenges including dissipation, and the best strategies to meet size and performance constraints without compromising data integrity with excessive heat build-up.
PoE-compatible devices can transmit and receive Ethernet data as well as electric power up to 100 meters over the same copper network cable; however, there are several variants of PoE and how it can be implemented.
Optimizing PCIe® Communications through Device Lending and Multicast with Dolphin PCIe Fabric Communications Library
In the third paper in our series, we cover additional features of the Dolphin PCIe Fabric Communications Library that help minimize latency, maximize system bandwidth, and optimize configuration flexibility.
The choice of encryption location can determine how difficult it is for adversaries to decrypt sensitive data and use it to their advantage.
This guide is designed to help system integrators map out the full scope of the upgrade process to ensure all important considerations are identified in the planning stage, as well as provide a framework for selecting a new VME SBC that meets key program criteria – including budgetary...
In this second white paper, we present several different software interfaces provided for applications development, comparing their advantages and tradeoffs.
Enhancing PCIe® Communications to Eliminate Bottlenecks with Dolphin PCIe Fabric Communications Library
In this first white paper of our two part series, we introduce the use of fabrics for high-performance embedded systems, and focus on the hardware and architectural options available to the systems designer.
Consolidate Line Replaceable Units (LRU) While Considering Strict Size, Weight and Power (SWaP) Constraints
Despite the current budget woes of defense departments, the demand continues for delivering more performance and improved functionality from rugged computers and communications subsystems to fulfill mission requirements.
Simplified Replacement of Older Flight Data Recorders to Meet New Regulations and Data Collecting Needs
Operators of aircraft may find they need to upgrade existing FDRs for a variety of reasons including meeting new regulations, obsolescence issues, reducing size, weight, or power (SWaP), or to gather additional data. This white paper looks at how best to replace the existing FDR as...