Recently, analog to digital and digital to analog technology has been marked by not only performance improvements including speed, resolution, bandwidth, channel density, and lower power, but also higher levels of functionality and newer platforms to support the newer devices.
Software bug nightmares - how many of these sleepless debugging sessions could be avoided or resolved more easily?
All-to-All Architecture - explore how technological advances in multi-channel signal analysis provide new levels of radio frequency emitter tracking.
Light integration is the concept of working with a third-party vendor to help you create the baseline framework you need without the high cost of custom work or the inefficiencies of out-of-the-box solutions.
Building a real-time network takes more than just features in the switch – connected devices must also play by the rules. By creating and enforcing policies for every device in the system, Ethernet can be made to meet the requirements of even the most critical real-time applications.
Glass cockpit displays rely on computerized systems that integrate multiple data inputs and controls. They can present more information in the available space than conventional instrument panels.
CPUs and FPGAs are the traditional workhorse technologies employed in Data Acquisition Units (DAU). We compare the advantages and disadvantages of these technologies.
Combatting Sample Clock Jitter with Signal to Noise Ratio in a New World of High Resolution Data Converters
Jitter is a noise source that’s becoming increasingly more important to limit. Learn more about combatting sample clock jitter with Signal to Noise Ratio in a new world of high resolution data converters.
The combination of Intel Xeon D chips and Curtiss-Wright CHAMP-XD boards represents the ultimate in flexibility and optimized performance for the application developer.
Software-defined radio is by no means a new concept, but as technological capabilities advance, the practicality of it in a variety of processes grows and is expected to become the dominant technology in radio communications in the long term.