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Embedded Systems Design, June 2007

June 2007 ESD

VOL. 20 NO. 6
June 2007
Table of Contents

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Cover Story

Cover Feature: Verify and debug DDR2 memory systems
by David Haworth
The rising speeds and complexities associated with the latest memory technologies make them more difficult to debug and verify. A logic analyzer with memory support can make the process more straightforward.

Overcome security issues in embedded systems
by Gary Drossel
Traditional security techniques may not suffice anymore. Embedded systems are getting more complex, and hackers are getting smarter.

Using multikey radix PATRICIA fast search
by Richard Hogaboom
This is Part II of an article that ran years ago, enhancing a fundamental storage algorithm for faster search.

Chip away at project management
by Ben Sweet
Here's one method to fairly allocate tasks within an organization.

Columns

Programmer's Toolbox
The vector class

by Jack W. Crenshaw
Here are some additions to the vector class in C++.

Break Points
The Word: Jack updates the embedded vernacular

by Jack G. Ganssle
If a project's final phase is called debugging, do we call the initial parts bugging?

Departments

#include
Three interconnect technologies should suffice

by Richard Nass
Is three the magic number for interconnect technologies?

Tear Down
Handset's touch sensor permits more functions in less space

by Richard Nass
The popular Chocolate handset has a unique design, with its slider, MP3 capabilities, and large display.

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