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New Electronics

What Does the Future Hold for VME?

Graham Pitcher of New Electronics Magazine speaks to Aaron Frank and Andrew McCoubrey of Curtiss-Wright about the future of VME.

03/16/2018
Military & Aerospace Electronics

Smaller, Faster, Stronger

Courtney Howard looks at how military and aerospace requirements demand greater strength, speed, and capabilities in smaller form factors.

03/01/2018
New 24-Port VME Gigabit Ethernet Switch Module Modernizes Systems with Enhanced Security and Lower Power

New 24-Port VME Gigabit Ethernet Switch Module Modernizes Systems with Enhanced Security and Lower Power

VME-690 GbE Switch provides pin-compatible upgrade, interface configuration flexibility, and reduced power consumption.

12/01/2017
Curtiss-Wright Adds High Reliability Field-Removable Storage Capability to Small Form Factor Rugged Mission Computers

Curtiss-Wright Adds High Reliability Field-Removable Storage Capability to Small Form Factor Rugged Mission Computers

100k insertion/extraction cycle support for high reliability.

12/21/2016
Electronic Design

VME Interfaces Return to FPGAs

One example of an FPGA-based VME interface alternative is Curtiss-Wright’s Helix, a field-tested and proven PCI Express-to-VME64x transparent bridge that provides a full VME64xMaster/Slave interface with a direct bridge to a PCI Express upstream port

07/06/2016
PC/104 and Small Form Factors

PC/104 and Small Form Factors Popular in Defense Electronics Systems

Thanks to its longevity and modularity, the PC/104 standard continues to be popular with military system designers, especially, as their size, weight, and power (SWaP) requirements continue to shrink.

04/13/2016
Military Embedded Systems

Long live VME!

Aaron Frank discusses the continuation of VME after the end-of-life of the popular Tempe TSI148 VMEbus bridge chip.

03/15/2016
Curtiss-Wright’s New FPGA-based VME Interface Combats Obsolescence

Curtiss-Wright’s New FPGA-based VME Interface Combats Obsolescence

Curtiss-Wright's new VME64x Interface replaces the Tempe device with a long-life reconfigurable FPGA solution in order to combat obsolescence.

03/14/2016