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Support for Windows XP officially ceased on April 8, 2014. In effect, Windows will no longer provide users with security updates or technical support for the 12 year-old operating system. Windows
Sensor hubs that offload tasks from power-hungry application processors and let mobile devices like smartphones and tablets run longer on a single battery charge are reaping gargantuan
According to a new market research report of "Semiconductor (Silicon) IP Market by Form Factor (Integrated Circuit IP, SOC IP), Design Architecture (Hard IP, Soft IP), Processor Type
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As recently reported by Engadget, recently leaked documents dating to 2008 show the NSA has created methods to hack iPhones. Apple has recently vehmently denied knowledge of this and plans on doing some digging of its own.
ARM DS-5 Altera Edition is customized version of ARM's flagship software development tool suite, DS-5, for Altera SoC FPGA users. This short video shows how the toolkit brings together hardware and software domains, making it very easy for engineers to debug and optimize across the CPU and FPGA logic.
This video demonstrates how easy it is to use DS-5 Altera Edition to connect to and control a Altera SoC Development board and to build and do some initial bare-metal (no OS) debugging and tracing using it.
This video demonstrates how to use DS-5 Altera Edition to do some Linux kernel and driver debugging and trace using an Altera SoC Development board. It shows how DS-5's powerful FPGA-adaptive debugging makes easy to interact with the peripheral registers of the custom FPGA hardware. It shows how to debug the kernel both before and after the MMU is enabled.
The PIC24FJ128GC010 powers a blood pressure meter demonstration that utilizes the integrated Intelligent Analog.
The PIC24F "GC" family integrates advanced analog features like 16-bit ADC, 12-bit 10 Msps ADC, Dual DAC, Dual OpAmps along with Low Power, USB and LCD. This integration creates an MCU perfect for portable medical and industrial applications.
Microchip’s new PIC24FJ128GC010 family of microcontrollers offering an analog system on a chip that integrates a full analog signal chain, including Microchip’s first ever on-chip precision 16-bit ADC and 10 Msps 12-bit ADC, plus a DAC and dual operational amplifiers (op amps), along with eXtreme Low Power (XLP) technology for extended battery life in portable medical and industrial applications.
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Learn about FPGA-based system design for embedded computing I/O signal processing applications. We discuss how advanced Xilinx Virtex and Altera Stratix FPGAs make use of multiple digital clock managers and simultaneous parallel execution to rapidly compute a set of integrated processes including FFT, SERDES, FIFO management, logic sequencing, DDR control, and more.
Packet processor design teams face increasingly difficult challenges as they seek to provide their network equipment manufacturers with state-of-the-art devices. The interrelated system-level trade-offs include performance, pin count, and area, and are all ultimately limited by power consumption considerations. To successfully compete, network chip vendors must consider end-to-end solutions for system architects and developers. In turn, as OEMs introduce multi-terabit systems, they must aggregate multiple 100 Gbps ports on each line card or risk falling behind the performance curve.
Windows CE (a.k.a. Windows Embedded Compact), originally released in 1996, can be an attractive alternative to the full Windows operating system offering system designers the ability to control power, size, and cost in a new product. For example, the runtime license cost of the CE operating system alone can save as much as $150 over the license cost for standard Windows. Additionally, the componentized nature of CE is recognized as more stable and reliable than the Windows for desktop machines.
Precision is at the heart of every diagnostic device. The precision of a system is the degree to which the system will consistently provide the same result given the same operating conditions. Precision is crucial – whether a system is a complex magnetic resonance imaging (MRI) sensor, an embedded tire pressure sensor, or a low-cost blood glucose meter – because it serves as the foundation for both accuracy and reliability. For example, if a meter’s readings between two equivalent samples vary significantly, it will be difficult for the system to determine an appropriate response.
The Intel Atom processor C2000 product family (codenamed Rangeley) offers a range of highly energy efficient 64-bit system-on-a-chips (SoCs) in two-to-eight core designs, offering significant I/O and acceleration integration for the communications market. Using Intel’s industry-leading 22-nanometer (nm) 3-D Tri-Gate transistor technology, the new processors deliver significantly greater performance and power efficiency than the previous generations of Intel Atom processors. Lanner's R&D department recently conducted benchmark testing on several of our products based on the Intel Atom processor C2000 product family in order to provide a precise comparison on the security performance between the current and previous generations of Intel® Atom™ processors.
Using virtualization to host multiple discrete workloads on a single computing device is an important trend in manufacturing today, leading to reduced cost and complexity in the factory environment. This white paper describes the benefits of system consolidation along with the technical requirements for implementation. Read now to learn more.
We begin our discussion with the basic elements of a software radio receiver system. The front end usually contains an analog RF amplifier and often an analog RF translator. This translates the high frequency RF signals down to a frequency that an A/D converter can handle. This is usually below 200 MHz and is often an IF output.