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See us at the following events in 2013...
Apr 6-11 | NAB Show 2013
Apr 24-26 | 14th Annual NDIA Defense Tech Exposition
Apr 29-May 3 | SPIE Defense Security+Sensing
May 21-23 | CTIA
May 29-30 | CANSEC
Jun 3 | AOC Kittyhawk
Jun 4-6 | AOC EW-Cyber Fusion Conference
Jun 20-22 | InfoTech 2013
Aug 27-29 | Information Assurance Expo
Sep 10-12 | HPEC (High Performance Embedded Computing)
Oct 15-18 | Phased Array Systems & Technology
Oct 21-23 | AUSA
Oct 27-30 | AOC EW Convention
Nov 17-22 | SuperComputing
Nov 17-20 | MILCOM
Dec 10-12 | AOC Land EW Conference
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Coherent Logix will be exhibiting and presenting at SDR-WInnComm
Coherent Logix enables the SDR Technology Evolution
Coherent Logix at NAB 2012
4.11.2012 | Coherent Logix will introduce high-performance video processing and high-speed wireless broadband solutions at the NAB Show April 16th through 19th in Las Vegas. The company provides solutions for extreme processing challenges not addressable with other technologies. Its technology has been proven for real-time applications in hyperspectral imaging, software-defined and cognitive radios, and video processing and analytics in top-tier cameras. Demonstrations in Meeting Room S-209 at the Las Vegas Convention Center will showcase a fully flexible, software-defined H.264 encoder, as well as a high speed 4G LTE physical layer demonstration. This implementation enables optimized bandwidths in all transmission conditions at greatly reduced power consumption and latency.
The broadcast industry currently faces a significant market opportunity in terms of content to the mobile device, as well as the home; the challenge is that the standards and market requirements are always evolving. Coherent Logix's software-defined technology and advances in encoding, algorithm processing, and mobility will enable operators and broadcast OEMs to usher in a new era of broadcast, through new applications and differentiation to customers.
Reference Designs for Image Processing and Sensor Markets...
9.19.2011 | Coherent Logix, the leader in ultra-low power, high performance, C-programmable many-core processors that enable the next generation of software-defined systems, announced today reference designs for advanced signal-processing applications in imaging and sensor markets. These reference designs are suitable for a wide range of high-volume products including smart cameras, 3D sensors, and other computational imaging products needed in commercial, industrial, and military markets.
The challenges of providing rapidly configurable and scalable solutions are address by platforms based on the HyperX™ processor. By implementing algorithms and realizing IP in reusable C code, and leveraging the ease of configurability of many cores, the HyperX™ processor enables a low cost, rapid time-to-market solution that is unmatched by conventional ASIC, DSP, and FPGA-based technologies.
12.1.2010 | Coherent Logix demonstrated the rfx1050s low phase noise, wideband 30MHz to 5GHz FRAC-N Synthesizer at the Wireless Innovation Forum in Washington D.C. The rfx1050s is an integrated FRAC‐N RF synthesizer that generates local oscillator (LO) signals for wireless receivers and transmitters. The rfx1050s contains a fully integrated PLL and VCOs, eliminating the need for multiple external VCO modules to cover a frequency range between 30 MHz and 5 GHz. Visit Downloads for a product brochure.
Reaching for the stars...
11.16.2009 – 11.27.2009 | Space shuttle Atlantis STS-129 mission to the International Space Station with four HyperX™ processors on board.
STS-129 began with a flawless take off on November 16, followed by a journey of 171 orbits and 4,490,138 miles. The crew completed 3 space walks, delivered 30,000 lbs. of replacement parts, and installed 2 experiment racks before ending their mission with a picture perfect landing on November 27.
We are proud to have been a part of Space Shuttle Atlantis Mission STS-129 to the International Space Station. Congratulations to the crew of STS-129 and NASA for making it look easy.