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Developers throttle the bottleneck to grab maximum I/O bandwidth using FMCs

June 18, 2009

Recent months have seen momentum growing in the defense and aerospace market for the new FPGA[] Mezzanine Card (FMC) standard. FMC (ANSI/VITA 57) modules support the multi-GHz signal acquisition rates required to fully exploit the processing performance and I/O bandwidth delivered by...

Shock and Vibe Testing Remains Critical for Military Systems

June 06, 2009

As electronic systems get more complex and integrated, testing for shock and vibration is more vital than ever for successful military embedded computing applications.

COTS steps up to embedded computing security

June 06, 2009

Armed forces worldwide continue to be concerned for their security as they become increasingly dependent on the use of high technology in critical war-fighting arenas. The network-enabled battlefield and Global Information Grid (GIG) have introduced the need for more vigilant network...

Meeting the Demand for COTS Safe and Secure Certification Evidence

May 06, 2009

Starting with COTS components that are targeted by the vendor for safety certification and that already have documented levels of assurance can greatly speed the development and certification effort.

3U VPX tackles needs of today's net-centric battlefield

April 06, 2009

The U.S. DoD's vision for the net-centric battlefield - to bring rich instant data to the war fighter at the edge of the battlefield - has been limited by several factors.

JPEG2000 cuts delays in digital video distribution

March 06, 2009

Digital video distribution is a major growth area - and not just on traditional surveillance platforms such as naval combat systems, maritime patrol aircraft, or armored scout vehicles. Digital distribution removes the straitjacket of wired analog distribution, with discrete cables per...

SWAP Beat: Toolkits for FPGA Development, DSP-FPGA.com

February 24, 2009

This is the first of a planned series of columns by Robert Hoyecki, Director of Advanced Multi-Computing at Curtiss-Wright Controls Embedded Computing. Rob will discuss a range of signal processing and FPGA applications to help mil-aero developers introduce products more quickly while...

A Primer on VITA 47

February 18, 2009

While differing requirements among military applications can make ruggedizing plug-in modules anything but simple, VITA 47 is clearing the path.

Vita 47, thermal cycling, ruggedization

Large UAVs Ramp Up Sensor Processing Capabilities

February 06, 2009

By integrating more powerful computer engines, along with speedy fabric interconnects, large UAV platforms are cranking up their sensor processing muscles to a new level.

Val Zarov, Senior Program Manager Curtiss-Wright Controls Embedded Computing

The military's rapid move toward...

Recent Trends in FPGAs Drive Adoption in Mil Apps

February 06, 2009

A new generation of development tools and an FPGA-friendly mezzanine design along with ever advancing developments in FPGAs themselves, are pushing their use in ever more powerful applications.

by John Wranovics Curtiss-Wright Controls Embedded Computing

The adoption of FPGAs into...

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