Thursday 1st of June, lecture room: Croesefoyer
How can you efficiently bring up, debug, diagnose and fine-tune a newly developed embedded system in your lab, or even in the field?
Easics does this over an ethernet-network (LAN), using TCP/IP and UDP protocols. A PC controls the embedded system under test as well as all connected test & measurement equipment (such as power supplies and scopes) via the LAN. Data streams are generated and captured over the same LAN, be it 10 Gigabit per second, or 1 Gigabit per second.
Easics offers hardware IP cores implementing the TCP/IP and UDP stacks that can be embedded in an FPGA. This removes the need for USB, GPIB, UART, I2C, SPI, CameraLink, etc. as test-interfaces in the lab altogether.
In this talk, Easics shows how you can participate in this party.
Geert Verbruggen, Easics
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