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VME/VXS Board

Pentek, Inc. (Upper Saddle River, NJ) has released its Model 4207 high-performance VME/VXS board for digital signal processing and data-acquisition systems. The new board employs Freescale’s MPC8641D Dual Core PowerPC AltiVec™ Processor and a Xilinx Virtex-4 FX Series FPGA for custom programming and gigabit serial I/O. The PowerPC processors perform 128-bit parallel processing of multiple data elements and deliver DSP floating-point processing rates up to 12,000 GFLOPS.

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8-bit Microcontrollers with Flash (ESC Booth 916)

Microchip Technology Inc. (Chandler, AZ) has announced two Baseline 8- bit Flash PIC® microcontrollers with non-volatile Flash Data Memory (FDM) in 8- and 14-pin packages. The microcontrollers have 41 bytes to 67 bytes of data RAM memory, an 8 MHz internal oscillator, a 1.125 ms Device Reset Timer (DRT), up to three channels of 8-bit Analog-to-Digital Conversion (ADC), and up to two comparators.

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32-bit Flash Microcontrollers (ESC Booth 306)

STMicroelectronics (Mansfield, TX) has released the STM32 Family of 32- bit Flash microcontrollers based on ARM® Cortex™—M3 core. The STM32 is offered in the STM32F103 performance line, with 72 MHz clock frequency for 32- bit devices, and the STM32F101 Access line, with 36 MHz clock frequency for 16- bit devices. Both lines offer 32K to 128K of embedded Flash memory. At 72 MHz executing from Flash, the STM32 consumes only 36mA.

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Video Application Processors (ESC Booth 3028)

Renesas Technology America, Inc. (San Jose, CA) has added two new application processors to the SH-Mobile series. The SH-MobileL3V2 offers additional video formats, high-resolution video capture, and enhanced functionality to control image quality. The smallpackage SH-MobileUL is suitable for use in mainstream mobile phone models. The processors support the H.264/MPEG-4 AVC and VC-1 movingimage compression standard.

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Network Appliance Board (ESC Booth 2110)

VIA Technologies, Inc. (Taipei, Taiwan) has released the VIA NAB 7500 network appliance board for network security or gateway applications, including Firewall, VPN, UTM, Anti-Virus, and Intrusion Prevention System products.

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DASYLab 10

Measurement Computing, Norton, MA, has released DASYLab 10 graphical programming software for test and measurement that is compatible with Microsoft’s Vista® operating system. It is optimized for operation on multi-processor PCs. New features include a Diagram Module that can be configured as an enhanced Y/t chart, X/Y chart, or data chart recorder. It supports multiple y-axes, and lets users assign signals to each y-axis. A Benchmarking feature measures and records the execution times of individual modules in a test program, and a User-Defined Order of Action module lets users specify the execution order of the actions. An OPC driver supports multiple OPC servers, and FFT and related modules can process data using any block size. Other improvements include sequencer support for HTML file export, and the ability to import and export global variables and strings automatically at measurement start and stop. For Free Info .

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Motor Control Chip

The Magellan programmable motion processor chip from Performance Motion Devices (Lincoln, MA) controls any combination of DC brush, brushless DC, microstepping, or pulse and direction motors. Each controlled axis supports profile generation, servo loop closure, PLC-style signal manipulation, and motor signal generation. Advanced features include programmable PID filters with velocity and acceleration feed-forward, 32-bit position error, and 50 microsecond loop time. Selectable profile modes include S-curve, trapezoidal, velocity contouring, and electronic gearing.

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