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How Does the FMC (FPGA Mezzanine Card) Standard Measure up Against the PMC/XMC Format White Paper

Interest in reconfigurable embedded computing in the defense and aerospace market has grown significantly as new generations of FPGAs present developers with a level of processing performance and potential I/O bandwidth that cannot easily be matched by conventional CPU configurations.

Fabric40 - An Introduction White Paper

This white paper is the first in a series about the benefits of using 40 Gbps interconnects for use in Defense and Aerospace rugged deployed COTS systems.

Enhancing the PCM/FM Link - Without the Math White Paper

This paper focuses on a quantitative approach to improving the rate and quality of data using existing PCM/FM links.

Analog Input Performance of VPX3-530 White Paper

This white paper provides the typical (measured) performance of the analog inputs of the VPX3-530.

A Comparison of OpenVPX System Bandwidth Between Serial RapidIO and 10 Gigabit Ethernet White Paper

This paper compares the bandwidth available to processors resident on the payload boards using the CEN16 switched architecture for Serial RapidIO and 10 Gigabit Ethernet (10GbE).

High-performance Element Processing Architecture for Open Standards Radar Systems White Paper

This paper describes High-performance Element Processing Architecture as a basis for large array radar systems.

Understanding Power Management of Intel Processors for Mil/Aero Applications White Paper

Understanding Power Management of Intel Processors for Mil/Aero Applications.

Serial FPDP - More than an Extension of FPDP White Paper

This paper outlines the concept of Serial FPDP (sFPDP), provides solutions for several types of real-time data scenarios and explains supported topologies.

Effective Use of SCRAMNet GT Network Interrupts White Paper

This document gives an overview of the available network interrupt mechanisms and discusses how to make use of them in software.

A New Technology for Shared-Memory Communication in High-Throughput Networks White Paper

This paper describes SCRAMNet GT, a high-throughput technology for connecting multiple computer platforms to form a single, real-time, distributed processing system in which memory is shared among the computers.

SCRAMNet GT Memory Access (PIO vs DMA) White Paper

This paper discusses the strengths, limitations, and performance characteristics of the methods for accessing GT memory to help ensure that the correct transfer method is selected for the target system.

Incorporating FPGA Processing Directly into Ethernet Networks Application Note