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07/01/15 There are times when a tablet is too light, and a full desktop too much. The answer? A thin client PC powered by an AMD APU. Note: this blog is sponsored by AMD. A desire to remote...0
06/24/15 Standard PCIe switches could put your design directly in the path of system crashes, power...0
06/15/15 Clock jitter can adversely affect high-speed protocols such as Ethernet, PCI Express and USB...0
06/02/15 As the Internet evolves to local data processing, Cortex®-M7 –based SoCs give an edge....0
06/02/15 The increased connectivity in cars, medical devices and industrial automation has led to a review of safety standards, which developers need to meet....0
06/02/15 No longer will the Internet be built to move packets from the client to the server: ARM’s Intelligent Flexible Cloud transitions to data and application-centric networking where it’s needed most....0
05/27/15 ARM's mbed OS has found support among several companies already, offering connectivity, security and a development path....0
05/26/15 Sometimes more is more. The efforts PICMG is making on behalf of ATCA and other embedded standards...0
Keysight Technologies Announces Asygn's, Kalray's Successful Use of its Simulation Tool Suite to Validate PCI Express® Gen3 Serial Links 06/19/15
Keysight Technologies to Exhibit Latest PCI Express® Design, Test Solutions at PCI-SIG® Developers Conference 06/16/15
Artesyn MaxCore Platform Employs Innovative Architecture to Enable Mix of PCI Express or Microserver Cards 06/09/15
CES announces the first COTS, safety-certifiable, Single Board Computer XMC mezzanine module: the MFCC-8557. 06/04/15
Portwell Announces Intel® Braswell-Based COM Express Module For Scalable Innovative Embedded Solutions 06/02/15
There are times when a tablet is too light, and a full desktop too much. The answer? A thin client PC...
By Alan Grau, Icon Labs On a daily basis, I have the opportunity to interact with a wide range of companies...
While the main manufacturing flows are still focusing on optical lithography, eBeam and EUV are still...
Blogging has been something that slipped off my radar for the past year. Here’s a reboot to see if...
There is no other specification in the history of USB that caused so much discussion and interest as the USB Type-C. The new type of connector, designed to be a jack of all trades, eliminates all flaws of legacy Type-A and Type-B plugs, and adds significant benefits for USB and beyond. Here's a brief rundown of those...
Find Everything You Need to Build an Advanced PCI Express 4.0 Solution in One Booth – Visit Cadence at PCI-SIG DevCon 2015 / (Steven Brown's Blog)
The PCI-SIG Developers Conference happening today and tomorrow will be yet another exciting PCI-SIG event that Cadence is proud to participate in. We’ve been attending and showcasing technology at these conferences for many years now, sharing news and insights about our verification IP, controllers, and PHY solutions....
Blog Post: Differential pairs: four things you need to know about vias / (TI E2E Community)
In a high-speed printed circuit board (PCB), a via is notorious for degrading signal-integrity performance. However, using via structures is unavoidable. In a typical board, components are placed on the top, while differential pairs are routed in inner layers where they lower electromagnetic radiation and pair-to-pair crosstalk....
At DesignCon we presented the Keysight Education Forum. The talks are now available on a free DVD. Order yours today while supplies last! DesignCon 2015 Keysight Education Forum DVD The ten presentations are: USB 3.1 Gen 2 (10 Gbps) Physical Layer Test Challenges Practical Guide to Quickly Making 100G Electrical Measurements...
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This white paper explores the issues facing SoC designers as they address SoC complexity and time-to-market challenges. High-quality IP alone is not enough with today’s SoC complexity.
As signaling rates continue to increase, maintaining signal integrity has become a much greater challenge for developers. Migrating a system to a next-generation interface operating at 5, 8, 10, or 12 Gbps brings with it increased sensitivity to attenuation and jitter that can severely curtail reach and reliability.
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.
Before we look at SDR and its various implementations in embedded systems, we’ll review a theorem fundamental to sampled data systems such as those encountered in Software-Defined Radios.
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ACCES I/O Products offers a variety of high performance PCI Express (PCIe) data acquisition and control cards and solutions. These PCI Express DAQ cards are perfect for a variety...
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Supported PCI Standards: 1 lane and 4 lane OS Support: Window, Linux, LabView, VX Works Bus Interface: PCIe, PCI, PMC, VME, PC104P, and PC104-Express General Standards...
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IT'S ALL ABOUT THE TOOLS Compatible Operating Systems: Windows XP/7/8 Specification Compliance: PCI Express Standards: 1.1, 2.0, and 3.0 Whether you are a test engineer...