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3U VPX features processor with mobile Intel QM77 Express chipset for radar applications - Product

November 14, 2016
ADLINK?s rugged 3U VPX 3rd-generation Intel Core i7 processor blade was designed for radar and intelligence, surveillance, and reconnaissance (ISR) applications. The VPX-3001 Series is a 3U VPX processor blade that features the processor with mobile Intel QM77 Express chipset. It pr...

Designing an embedded application? There's a CPU for that - Story

September 02, 2015
The question isn't whether ARM or x86 is the better architecture, but rather: Which architecture is better for your application? The answer depends on how you prioritize requirements, including power, speed, longevity, compatibility, and more.

High-precision multichannel PXIe systems realize more efficient wind-tunnel testing - Story

August 11, 2014
Simulation tests of aerodynamics are conducted to improve the physical designs of a variety of products so as to enhance overall safety, comfort, and performance. The larger the object being tested, the more complicated the test will be. Test and measurement solutions based on PXI Express (PXIe) architecture can help to simplify and speed up system installation.

ADLINK's Express-HL COM Express to power Cornell University AUV in RoboSub competition - News

July 25, 2014
San Jose, CA. ADLINK Technology has announced its sponsorship of the Cornell University autonomous underwater vehicle (CUAUV) Gemini submarine, which will participate in the 17th annual international RoboSub competition July 28-August 3.

VITA 75 vs. VPX: Optimizing unmanned vehicle thermal and payload efficiencies - Story

July 31, 2013
The fast pace of UAV/UGV/UUV evolution places an ever-increasing demand on size, weight, and power, while the range of use applications ? from surveillance to air defense to communications relays ? and interest from national security organizations beyond military continue to grow. To accommodate increasing requirements and diminishing budgets, public contractors and private vendors are moving to Size, Weight, Power, and Cost (SWaP-C)-savvy standards-based systems design, such as by utilizing the smaller envelopes of VITA 75 small form factors to replace existing 3U and 6U VPX technologies. This allows the integration of future payload capabilities into the space available in existing mobile platforms.