Cabling handles high speed Product News 5/16/2000 Post a comment Meritec says that its 2-mm HPM-5 cabling system, compatible with the IEC 1-76-4-101 standard, has a design that features a strain relief without requiring overmolding.
Daughterboard handles four T1s Product News 5/16/2000 Post a comment Commetrex Corp. has introduced a daughterboard for its MSP-320 Media Gateway DSP resource board that integrates four E1/T1 interfaces. Slated for release in July at under $900, the daughterboard "eliminates the need for separate network-interface boards," said Ben Feldgajer, director of embedded systems design.
SCSI box spans the generations Product News 5/16/2000 Post a comment Rancho Technology Inc. has announced a family of standalone SCSI boxes that claim to connect all legacy SCSI peripherals to a low-voltage-differential SCSI bus.
CPU board has speed choices Product News 5/16/2000 Post a comment The Computer Systems Group of Carlo Gavazzi Mupac Inc. has launched a two-slot processor board for 6U Compact-PCI that offers a choice of processors at speeds ranging from 300 MHz to 800 MHz.
PCI serial board suits industrial Product News 5/16/2000 Post a comment The PCI-xxM-1S boards from Acces I/O Products provide RS-422 and RS-485 serial communications for PCI at up to 460.8 kbaud in harsh industrial environments. Their drivers/receivers can drive up to plus/minus 60 milliamps on balanced lines and receive differential inputs as low as plus/minus 200 millivolts.
Celco's film recorder makes HDTV Product News 5/16/2000 Post a comment Among the equipment being launched at SID is Celco's eXtreme HDR, a high-definition film recorder for the motion picture industry that can image an HDTV frame to film in as little as 5 seconds.
What are the engineering and design challenges in creating successful IoT devices? These devices are usually small, resource-constrained electronics designed to sense, collect, send, and/or interpret data. Some of the devices need to be smart enough to act upon data in real time, 24/7. Specifically the guests will discuss sensors, security, and lessons from IoT deployments.