Embedded Systems Design, February 2009
VOL. 22 NO. 2
Table of Contents
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PCIe catches up in embedded system design
by Matt Jones
Addition of multicast to Rev. 2 makes PCIe a viable interconnect option in many embedded designs.
Is it time to reconsider DisplayPort?
by Randy White
In light of HDMI's widespread emergence and popularity, why are more than 180 computer and consumer electronics companies--and counting--actively supporting DisplayPort, another audio/video interface standard?
The second shoe drops
by Jack W. Crenshaw
For decades, Jack has wanted a language that would let him do arithmetic with vectors and matrices. Now he has it. Here’s a summation of his work on vector and matrix classes.
Embedded systems--a volatile business
by Jack Ganssle
In a new survey, 500 embedded systems engineers have lots to say about their jobs, their projects, and their tools.
A time for change
by Richard Nass
With a new U.S. president in place, the embedded systems community plays a significant role.