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Get more wiggle room in your design’s RMS Phase Jitter budget

Getting that extra RMS jitter margin gives your hardware design a little extra room to breathe when estimating what’s needed to guarantee the Read More

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Maximize the battery life of your embedded platform

Power-efficient chip and board design techniques are now available as are synthesis tools for clock gating, state retention power gating, and dynamic Read More

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Simplify the Internet of Things connectivity of embedded devices

Here’s a refresher course in the Internet’s TCP/IP stack and a discussion of the issues facing its use in enabling embedded Internet of Things Read More

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Requirements for creating a ‘Community of Devices’

The author explains the differences between a 'Community of Devices' and an 'Internet of Things' and what those difference mean to developers. Read More

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Sub-microsecond interconnects: PCIe, RapidIO and other alternatives

Just as important as raw bandwidths of the interconnect technologies such as PCIe, RapidIO and others are the inherent protocol capabilities, Read More

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The fundamentals of software performance analysis: Part 2 - Path timing

A two part series on the best means by which to measure worst-case, best-case, and average-case execution time in evaluating software performance. Read More

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The fundamentals of software performance analysis: Part 1 - Path analysis

The best means by which to measure worst-case, best-case, and average-case execution time in evaluating software performance. Part 1: Path analysis Read More

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A core design pattern for building scalable distributed real-time systems

Rajive Joshi of RTI describes how to use the OMG Data Distribution Service (DDS) standard as a real-time systems data bus and apply it to Read More

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Software performance engineering for embedded systems: Part 2 – The importance of performance measurements

Freescale’s Robert Oshana describes the importance of measurements in SPE, how to instrument your software for data collection and how to build and Read More

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Software performance engineering for embedded systems

In a three part series on Software Performance Engineering (SPE), Robert Oshana describes the various benchmarks and software metrics for system Read More

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Expanding emulation’s reach with virtual devices

In this Product How-to design article, Jim Kenney discusses the increasing importance of virtual device emulation in hardware/software co-design, Read More

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Trimming cost and size: The software side of the story

A new approach that couples a reliable language with customizable and specialized run-time libraries can reduce both cost and footprint size for Read More

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Virtual closed networks can safeguard embedded devices

With the growing number of embedded devices connected to the Internet, a VCN can provide protection when a truly closed network is not an option. Read More

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Build wireless M2M and IoT sensor networks: Data dissemination

In the second in a four part series on implementation of wireless sensor networks. the authors of “Ad hoc wireless networks,” discuss the various Read More

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Choosing sensors: Specsmanship vs. reality

Compared with individual parameter specification, the total error band envelope yields results that are more representative of how a sensor will Read More

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Teaching old dogs new serial I/O tricks on CompactPCI

Here is how to take advantage of the just approved PICMG 2.30 specification for the CompactPCI PlusIO standard which enhances existing CompactPCI Read More

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