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Designing with FMCs: A different thought process

May 16, 2012 | BY: Jeremy Banks

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FPGAs offer unmatched processing and I/O bandwidth. The FPGA mezzanine card standard (VITA 57) handles the high-end I/O. This low level interface provides simple and direct transfer of I/O directly to the FPGA. Planning ahead and considering driver development enables easier implementation.

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Jeremy Banks, ISR, embedded computing

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Jeremy Banks

Product Marketing Manager, ISR Solutions

Jeremy Banks is a Product Marketing Manager for Sensor and I/O Processing in the ISR group at Curtiss-Wright. He has been involved in the defence embedded computing industry for over 25 years holding positions in engineering design, marketing and product management in DSP, Multi-Processing, RF IO, SBCs, FPGAs and System solutions. Jeremy is a graduate of the University of Surrey in Electronic and Electrical engineering.

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