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Signal Processing Applications

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This white paper examines the utilization of image processing, high performance computing and networking to create systems that enhance situational awareness while reducing SWaP (size, weight and power) to increase the availability of the SA data for timely consumption and dissemination.[Continue reading →]

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White Paper

This white paper examines the utilization of image processing, high performance computing and networking to create systems that enhance situational awareness while reducing SWaP (size, weight and power) to increase the availability of the SA data for timely consumption and dissemination.[Continue reading →]

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Time-triggered Ethernet technology offers real-time performance over Ethernet networks. This white paper is an overview of the technology discussing determinism in critical Ethernet networks. Integration between synchronous and asynchronous Ethernet communication is also discussed.[Continue reading →]

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This white paper examines the utilization of image processing, high performance computing and networking to create systems that enhance situational awareness while reducing SWaP (size, weight and power) to increase the availability of the SA data for timely consumption and dissemination.[Continue reading →]

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Signal Processing COTS Standards

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Sonar for naval applications was originally developed to detect and locate large underwater threats such as submarines, in deep water. This deep water sonar is not very effective at locating smaller objects such as mines, especially in shallower water. It became well known that in order to detect and localize small objects in the water, higher sonar frequencies were required. The use of these higher frequencies added significant complexity to the systems required to acquire and analyze the sonar data. This paper will look at traditional solutions to the implementation of a high frequency sonar system and compare them to one of the simpler solutions available with modern FPGA enabled hardware offerings. [Continue reading →]

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