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Whither Ethernet
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4/7/1998   Post a comment
Does your embedded application need to network. Think Ethernet. Low cost, fully supported solutions are here now. Even if your target application doesn't need to network, your development cycle might be vastly improved by using Ethernet for in-laboratory downloads.
A Next Generation Multiple Processor Architecture for Real-Time DSP
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4/1/1998   Post a comment
This article provides a thorough discussion of the issues facing any embedded systems designer or DSP engineer. A collaborative effort by Traquair Data Systems and Hunt Engineering, this is a MUST READ that discusses a novel, extensible architecture addressing key factors that have limited the benefits of multiple DSPs when utilized within conventional multiple-processor architectures.

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