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Diagnostic Medical Ultrasound Innovation Using UltraFast Algorithms


Medical ultrasound is the most attractive among all diagnostic imaging systems due to its least-invasive nature and lack of any radiation. As medical ultrasound continues to grow in wider range of applications for its non-invasive nature and for its ability to see soft-tissue images, there is growing demand in supporting advanced imaging techniques in ultrasound beamformers, in multi-dimensiona... » read more

Embedded Intelligent Edge For Predictive Maintenance


Historically in a full-scale production setting, one of the best company assets was the experience of machine operators, as they had the ability to predict when maintenance was required. Plant managers reported about any unusual behavior such as a clatter or clank in the machinery, prompting a check-up by the maintenance crew. Today, the level of automation greatly reduces the operator’s abil... » read more

Building Multipurpose Systems With Dynamic Function Exchange Part Three: Tools For Deploying DFX


In our previous two articles, we introduced you to the concept of Dynamic Function Exchange (DFX), a design approach that dynamically reallocates unused system resources to other tasks. We also introduced you to some techniques for bundling and managing your DFX resources. In this article, we will discuss some of the adaptive computing tools that make DFX possible. As part of its investment ... » read more

Building Multipurpose Systems With Dynamic Function Exchange Part Two: Bundling And Managing Resources


In our previous article, we mentioned that one of the most-common oversights that designers can make is to not fully use available system resources, and we introduced you to the concept of Dynamic Function Exchange (DFX), a design approach that dynamically reallocates unused system resources to other tasks. From a technical standpoint, implementing DFX is relatively straightforward using a c... » read more

Building Multipurpose Systems With Dynamic Function Exchange


One of the most-common oversights that designers can make is to not fully use available system resources. Typically, design and optimization efforts are focused on performance and efficiency. Mission-critical and real-time tasks are allocated hardware-based resources to accelerate their execution. But when large portions of the architecture are underutilized – in other words, they remain idle... » read more

Innovative Technology Drives Rapid Deployment Of New 5G Products, Services, And Business Models


The wireless future is about developing the most compelling products using a combination of advanced technologies to maximize system performance, while optimizing both cost and power. Doing so will unlock deployment of new 5G products and services for mobile operators and the whole 5G ecosystem, from businesses to consumers to the economy. With 5G offering so much potential, how can the industr... » read more

Solving Real World AI Productization Challenges With Adaptive Computing


The field of artificial intelligence (AI) moves swiftly, with the pace of innovation only accelerating. While the software industry has been successful in deploying AI in production, the hardware industry – including automotive, industrial, and smart retail – is still in its infancy in terms of AI productization. Major gaps still exist that hinder AI algorithm proof-of-concepts (PoC) from b... » read more

AV-Over-IP: Decisions, Decisions…


By Rob Green and Andrew Starks You know it’s coming, and you need to be ready for it, but the path to supporting AV-over-IP in your next generation product is still really confusing and choosing a particular protocol implementation feels like a gamble that you just can’t afford to lose! It’s clear that the benefits of moving to IP-based transport for audio, video, and associated dat... » read more

Accelerating 5G Baseband With Adaptive SoCs: Part II


In my previous blog, we discussed 5G split architectures with focus on the widely adopted option 7-2 split. In this article, we will cover the implementation of the fronthaul and L1 Hi-PHY for 5G base stations. The 5G distributed unit (DU) can be implemented to process fronthaul data with O-RAN processing and partial offload for Hi-PHY processing which includes the LDPC encoder, LDPC decoder an... » read more

Accelerating 5G Baseband With Adaptive SoCs


5G new radio (NR) network specifications demand new architectures for radio and access networks. While the 5G NR architecture includes new spectrum and massive MIMO (mMIMO) antennas, corresponding access networks architecture must also evolve to implement the services defined by 5G, which include enhanced Mobile Broadband, Ultra Reliable Low Latency Communications and massive Machine Type Commu... » read more

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