Ian Stalker, Curtiss-Wright Controls Embedded Computing
The focus of this paper is high-performance, multi-processor systems where bandwidth available to the CPUs can have a large impact on the system computing throughput.
This white paper discusses the behavior of the Intel Core i7 processor, as implemented on the Curtiss-Wright Controls Embedded Computing multi-processor CHAMP-AV series products at elevated temperatures, and how to take advantage of board features to maximize the performance potential of the system.
Intel(r) x86-Based Digital Signal Processing - Using the Intel(r) Architecture in High-Performance Military Embedded Signal Processing Applications
Historically, processors from the PowerPC(r)/Power Architecture(r) family have been the dominant choice for implementing Digital Signal Processing in high-performance, embedded COTS military applications. Today however, the low-power, high-performance advantages of Intel(r) architecture processor technology can be used to design DSP engines for the rugged deployed COTS signal processing space.
The latest Intel Core i7 dual-core processors provide users with an alternative to Power Architecture processors for DSP applications.