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Signal Processing Applications

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With today's high-volume transmission of data generated by ground- and air-based surveillance radar and various types of sonar, many modern military embedded applications are migrating to 10 GbE.[Continue reading →]

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Video gaming technology is providing a dynamic twist to modern military applications, including radar scan conversation and image processing on live sensor data streams. And Graphics Processing Units (GPUs) are driving this revolution.[Continue reading →]

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Military applications span the complete spectrum of capacity and performance offered by today’s high-density flash devices from mission data loaders, storage for application code, and virtual memory operating systems through to very high-capacity sensor data recorders, replacing traditional tape, hard disk, and DVD recording.[Continue reading →]

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With today's high-volume transmission of data generated by ground- and air-based surveillance radar and various types of sonar, many modern military embedded applications are migrating to 10 GbE.[Continue reading →]

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Removing the straitjacket of wired analog distribution, digital distribution is enabling video transmission over long distances at high resolutions while facilitating improved situational awareness.[Continue reading →]

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Signal Processing Techniques

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Vendors producing off-the-shelf FPGA wares face the issue of offering the greatest flexibility with the fewest design iterations. Accordingly, VITA 57 (FPGA Mezzanine Card or FMC) is bridging FPGA I/O capability and the external world.[Continue reading →]

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Removing the straitjacket of wired analog distribution, digital distribution is enabling video transmission over long distances at high resolutions while facilitating improved situational awareness.[Continue reading →]

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