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April 2009 - Issue 4 Vol. 8
   
    

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Question:
The word "Ramo" was once included in the name of what aerospace company?


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Question:
In the “The Blues Brothers,” the band consists of Steve Cropper and Donald Dunn from Booker T and the MG's. Two members from another popular 70’s group also appeared in a scene alluding to their 1973 album cover photo. Name the band and the two members who appeared in the movie.

Answer:
Lou Marini and Tom Malone, two of the Blues Brothers Band members, were also in the band Blood, Sweat, and Tears and appear in both sauna scenes

 



   
SBC-R9 ARM9 RISC Single Board Computer



RISC Computing with Unmatched I/O and Windows CE 6.0

RISC Computing with Unmatched I/O and Windows CE 6.0

Sealevel’s new SBC-R9 single board computer is the perfect platform for embedded applications requiring small size, wide operating temperature range, and flexible I/O connectivity. The design uses the latest Windows CE 6.0 embedded software environment and is based on the Atmel AT91SAM9263 microcontroller.
The SBC-R9:  
  • Provides up to 256MB of SDRAM and 256MB Flash Memory
  • Features serial, digital, analog I/O
  • Allows you to directly drive TFT/STN LCDs from the on-board video controller
  • Includes a resistive touchscreen controller perfect for human-machine interface applications

For applications with specialized hardware requirements, the SBC-R9 can be used for development while a customized target system is designed for your specific requirements. Sealevel offers full electrical, mechanical, and software design services to supplement your in-house capabilities.


Tech Lowdown
Optimize the SBC-R9 with Windows CE 6.0

Get your OEM system design to market faster with the SBC-R9 using Windows Embedded CE 6.0. This latest release of Windows CE offers performance, security, and other improvements over its predecessors. CE 6.0 supports 32k simultaneous processes with up to 2GB of virtual memory per process Windows Embedded CE is an embedded, real-time operating system that is recommended by Microsoft for application-specific devices such as consumer electronics, industrial automation, scientific test & measurement and medical devices.compared with CE 5.0, which is limited to 32 processes and 32MB virtual memory per process. Performance has been improved by moving system processes, such as the Graphics, Windowing and Events Subsystem (GWES); file system manager (filesys.exe); and device driver manager (device.exe) to the kernel.

To simplify application development for the SBC-R9, Sealevel includes the Windows CE 6.0 BSP binary and low-level drivers for system I/O. Additionally, the software package is equipped with the Sealevel Talos I/O framework, which offers a high-level object-oriented .NET Compact Framework (CF) device interface. These features make the SBC-R9 the ideal application-ready platform for your next embedded product design.

 

 

Ethernet to Serial

Ethernet to Serial
Connect eight RS-232, RS-422, or RS-485 serial ports to your Ethernet network.

  • SeaLINK+8.ULTRA (Item# 4803)
  • Individually configure each port
  • Ethernet 10/100BaseT (autosense)
Ethernet to Digital I/O

Ethernet to Digital I/O
Use Ethernet to monitor and control 16 optically isolated inputs and 16 Reed relay outputs.

  • SeaI/O-410E (Item# 410E)
  • Inputs can range from 5-30VDC
  • Communicate using industry standard Modbus TCP protocol or your application program
USB DB9 Serial Interface Adapter

USB DB9 Serial Interface Adapter
The SeaLINK® 2223 is an easy way to connect to serial devices to a single USB port.

  • Software configurable for RS-232, RS-422, and RS-485
  • Electrical interface settings maintained locally
  • Supports data rates to 921.6K bps
Optically Isolated 7-Port USB Hub

Optically Isolated 7-Port USB Hub
The HUB7i is an optically isolated hub that connects up to seven USB peripherals.

  • Protects the host computer from voltages up to 5500 VAC
  • Includes an industrial grade wall-mount power supply that provides up to 4000 VAC isolation
  • Status LEDs on the HUB7i indicate external power, connection to the host, and fault conditions
AN/PRC 152 Synchronous Serial Radio Adapter

AN/PRC 152 Synchronous Serial Radio Adapter
Synchronous serial radio adapter 9065-PRC-152 from Sealevel and free software from the Defense Information Systems Agency (DISA) provides an improvement in the speed and reliability of battlefield communications.

  • Enables tactical radios to send data such as GPS maps, images, coordinates, and IM-type communications
  • Works with any radio that has a synchronous communication port
  • Uses MIL-STD-188-184
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