An Electronicstalk guide
Start with the news release Board explores microcontroller designs from Mouser Electronics, which we summarised at the time by saying "The PICDEM PIC18 Explorer Board is a low-cost demo board for the evaluation of Microchip's PIC18 microcontrollers.". Several months prior to that, we featured the news release BNCs shed light on correct signal paths from Cambridge Connectors: "An innovative insulator material that acts as a light pipe to transmit light from a PCB-mounted LED at the rear of the connector to the front.".
In April 2008, we covered the news from Altium - take a look at High-performance FPGA is platform for innovation which says: "Daughterboard with Xilinx Virtex-4 FPGA expands prototyping options using the Altium Innovation Station.".
Take a look also at the news release from Gaisler Research, Core library is optimised for ASIC prototyping, as well as Connectors come in multiple configurations from Sullins Electronics, and ASIC prototyping board boasts biggest FPGA from Synplicity.
Board eases transition between 8 and 32bit MCUs (June 2007)
Development board allows designers experiment with the use of various 8 and 32bit Freescale Semiconductor microcontrollers in system prototypes.
ASIC prototyping board boasts biggest FPGA (April 2007)
The first member in the new HAPS-50 family is HAPS-52 which has a capacity of 4 million ASIC gates.
Edgecard connectors maintain signal integrity (September 2006)
Pin compliant solderless press-fit edgecard connectors satisfy OEMs' and assemblers' requirements for improved manufacturing yields and assembly efficiencies.
Daughtercard adds Flash disk flexibility (August 2006)
Radstone Embedded Computing has announced an addition to the AFIX (Additional Flexible Interface Xtension) family of plug-on daughtercards with the AFIXM.
Three new COTS FPGA solutions extend performance density for applications including signal intelligence, software defined radio and C4ISR.
FPGA development board is even more configurable (April 2006)
The NanoBoard-NB2 is a highly configurable and extendable hardware platform on which to implement and interactively debug designs targeted to a wide range of processor and FPGA architectures.
Prototyping is cost-effective for smaller ASICs (March 2006)
Two new series of third-generation motherboards bring the performance of the Hardi ASIC Prototyping System (HAPS) for multi-million-gate ASICs to smaller designs.
System supports embedded PowerPC processors (January 2006)
Altium has added support for the AMCC 405xx family of embedded PowerPC processors in the latest version of its unified electronic product development system.
Daughterboards speeds DSP applications development
Kane Computing has recently signed an agreement to become the main international distributor for Bitec's DSP daughterboards.
Daughterboards add latest FPGA support
Two new daughterboards will enable engineers using the Nexar development system to interactively develop entire processor-based digital systems on Altera Stratix and Xilinx Virtex-II FPGAs.
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