Practical demonstration of how Teledyne e2v helps reducing power consumption of processors compared to commercial parts. The demonstration exhibits two T1042 (quad-core 1.4GHz) processors, one that is a standard commercial processor running at full CPU load to comply with datasheet power, and one that is an enhanced processor running a customer representative application to show effective power savings. Case temperature and actual power consumption of both processors are displayed with IR camera and LCD displays. On the enhanced processor, the power savings translates both in terms of lower case temperature and lower power consumption. This effectively eases cooling and reduces power supply requirements.
You will get a chance to see how Qormino® processing modules help designers and project managers to mitigate their design challenges for processing systems, by offering an ultra-compact solution integrated in a safety-critical and certifiable ecosystem. The demonstration exhibits a QT1040-4GB module, which features a quad-core 1.4GHz processor and a 4GB DDR4 memory, that can exchange data up to 1.6GT/s, all this included in a 44x26mm format. The cockpit control of a UAV is emulated by the Qormino®, to demonstrate a typical application of such device. The Qormino® runs the real-time operating system VxWorks® 7, which executes an application developed by Presagis to emulate the UAV control display. The Qormino® is interfaced with a CoreAVI Graphical Processing Unit (GPU) through PCIe, which serves to display the UAV information on a screen. This practically shows how Qormino® runs with various hardware and software components that are all part of the safety critical ecosystem.
You will see the first live demonstration of the most advanced Digital-to-Analog Converter (DAC) from Teledyne e2v, EV12DD700. The latest 12-bit dual channel 12 GSps DAC is capable of generating signal waveforms over multiple frequency bands up to Ka-band. The DAC will be presented in its evaluation environment with the description of all its functionalities. Performance will be showcased on spectrum plots up from 26.5GHz exhibiting the widest instantaneous bandwidth up to 6 GHz.
You will see the first live demonstration of the most advanced Analog-to-Digital Converter (ADC) demonstrator chip from Teledyne e2v: PS640. This proof-of-concept is capable of microwave direct sampling, preparing the future generation of very high frequency direct sampling solutions. In order to ease the integration into the RF front-ends and frequency synthesis units, the ADC is single-ended on both its microwave and clock inputs. The ADC will be described and presented in its evaluation environment. Performance will be showcased sampling directly the signals coming from a signal generator.
If you have any questions or difficulties to book your time slot for this event, please feel free to contact:
Jane Rohou – MarCom Manager
00 33 6 23 89 20 53