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Jeff Munch ColumnGetting to the core of rugged transportation systems: Overcoming challenges of both general and application-specific design

Designing for rugged, small form factor applications presents challenges, but there are form factors and manufacturing techniques that accommodate most requirements for either general or application-specific design. Mobility and environmental extremes are critical considerations for transportation applications; by selecting the right core and rugged framework, focusing on and prioritizing any added customization becomes a much simpler mission
Rugged Vehicle Computing Platforms - Design Considerations
Rugged Vehicle Computing Platforms - Design Considerations
The trend in Vehicle Computing Platforms for end users has moved from office-based PC platforms to rugged industrial PC (IPC) products. IPC adoption is projected to increase at an above average rate in the traffic and transportation sectors. Read More >>
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Rugged Vehicle Computing Platforms - Design Considerations
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 Jeff Munch Column
Jeff Munch Column
Mr. Jeff Munch is Chair of the AdvancedTCA subcommittee and also CTO of ADLINK Technology. Mr. Munch has more than twenty years experience in the hardware design, software development, and engineering resource management. Before joining ADLINK, Mr. Munch spent five years at Motorola Computer Group as Director of Engineering, and previously, 9 years as vice president of engineering at Pro-Log.
Getting to the core of rugged transportation systems: Overcoming challenges of both general and application-specific design
CompactPCI solution targets rugged apps
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Today's embedded computer solutions
Next Generation Computer On Module
The Future of AdvancedTCA
The Move to Point to Point Interconnects
Passive Backplane Architectures
A Closer Look at AdvancedTCA Fabric Interface
AdvancedTCA Data Transports
AdvancedTCA Background
Industry Standard Mezzanine Modules
CompactPCI System Management
The Future of x86 Processors in CompactPCI
Network Processors and CompactPCI
Architecting Highly Available CompactPCI Systems

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