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Reconfigurable systems in space instrumentation

Eduardo Augusto Bezerra

Reconfigurable systems in space instrumentation

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Written in English


Edition Notes

D.Phil. 2003 BLDSC DXN061705.

StatementEduardo Augusto Bezerra.
SeriesSussex theses ; S 5471
The Physical Object
Pagination237p. :
Number of Pages237
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL18942041M

Moreover, the adoption of new material to manufacture space electronics and increasing demand for reconfigurable satellite payloads are anticipated to create numerous opportunities for market growth. This book serves as a reference for researchers and designers in Embedded Systems who need to explore design alternatives. It provides a design space exploration methodology for the analysis of system characteristics and the selection of the most appropriate architectural solution to satisfy.


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Reconfigurable systems in space instrumentation by Eduardo Augusto Bezerra Download PDF EPUB FB2

Reconfigurable computers may be implemented on specially-designed hardware, or on Field Programmable Gate Arrays (FPGAs). Hauck and DeHon cover FPGA-based reconfigurable computing very thoroughly their book (Hauck, ). The space environment presents special challenges to the system designer.

Chief among these are:Cited by: 1. Reconfigurable systems in space instrumentation Author: Bezerra, Eduardo Augusto. Awarding Body: University of Sussex Current Institution: University of Sussex Date.

• Granularity of programmable hardware. Reconfigurable systems can be divided into fine-grained and coarse-grained. In fine-grained systems configuration is at the level of individual bits or sub- words, while coarse-grained configurations are at the word Size: 1MB.

Inhighly integrated processing circuits with reconfigurable logic that are suitable for online processing tasks were introduced for traditional space instruments.

processing of scientific space instruments. To overcome the limitations of traditional rad-hard or fully commercial design approaches, a System-on-Chip (SoC) solution based on state-of-the-art FPGA is introduced.

This design has been successfully demonstrated in space on Venus Express. From this, a reconfigurable DPU design for. The Configurable System-on-Chip (SoC) solution based on FPGA has successfully demonstrated flexibility and reliability for scientific space applications like the Venus Express mission.

Future space missions demand high-performance on board processing because of the discrepancy of extreme high data volume and low downlink channel by: Book Description.

Reconfigurable Computing Systems Engineering: Virtualization of Computing Architecture describes the organization of reconfigurable computing system (RCS) architecture and discusses the pros and cons of different RCS architecture implementations.

Providing a solid understanding of RCS technology and where it’s most effective, this book. International Conference on System Science, Engineering Design and Manufacturing Informatization Implementation of a Reconfigurable Computing System for Space Applications Yimao Cai, Yuanfu Zhao, and Lidong Lan Beijing Microelectronics Technology Institute Beijing, China caiyimao 10 [email protected], [email protected], [email protected]   This paper revises and introduces to the field of reconfigurable computer systems, some traditional techniques used in the fields of fault-tolerance and testing of digital circuits.

The target area is that of on-board spacecraft electronics, as this class of application is a good candidate for the use of reconfigurable computing technology. Fault tolerant strategies are used in order for the Cited by: 8. Basic Instrumentation Measuring Devices And Basic PID Control ( MB pdf) Ball Valves Catalogue ( MB pdf) Ball Valves Leaflet ( KB pdf) Buses and the DeltaV System( KB pdf) Busway Basics ( MB pdf) Builder’s Foundation Handbook ( MB pdf) Bridge Maintenance, Inspection and Repair ( MB pdf).

The proposed reconfigurable free-space optical interconnects with CAP and STBC can be further scaled up to provide higher speed and further extended interconnection range. Published in: Journal of Lightwave Technology (Volume: 37, Issue: 2, Jan, 15 )Author: Ke Wang, Christina Lim, Elaine Wong, Kamal Alameh, Sithamparanathan Kandeepan, Efstratios Skafidas.

Reconfigurable systems in space instrumentation book used in reconfigurable RMCs. This results from configuration on the hardware level when using Reconfigurable systems in space instrumentation book.

Fieldbus Systems Fieldbus is a digital bi-directional serial-bus communications network for real time distributed control. Fieldbus is supposed to link different instruments, controllers, and final control elements (Mahalik, ).

Its assume that a kind of operating systems for reconfigurable systems is in charge of managing the resources of a given system and allocate space on a device for the computation of incoming tasks., and therefore presents several temporal placement approaches for off-line as well as on-line by: This paper presents a new model for analyzing the repairability of RSoC (Reconfigurable System-on-Chip) Instrumentation with repair process.

It exploits the connectivity of the interconnected cores. On a parallel path, research on reconfigurable fault-tolerant control systems has increased progressively since the initial research on restructurable control and self-repairing flight control systems began in the early s (Chandler, ; Eterno, Weiss, Looze, & Willsky, ; Montoya, ).Cited by: system-on-chip, space applications.

INTRODUCTION Small, light structures with low power consumption are the key to success for electronic instrumentation in space applications [1]. Lighter payloads reduce the mission costs and allow us to put more instruments in the confined space of a small satellite. However, as the number of instruments.

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Modular self-reconfiguring robotic systems or self-reconfigurable modular robots are autonomous kinematic machines with variable morphology.

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Reconfigurable Computing Systems Engineering: Virtualization of Computing Architecture describes the organization of reconfigurable computing system (RCS) architecture and discusses the pros and cons of different RCS architecture implementations. Providing a solid understanding of RCS technology and where it’s most effective, this book:Manufacturer: CRC Press.

A reconfigurable manufacturing system (RMS) is one designed at the outset for rapid change in its structure, as well as its hardware and software components, in order to quickly adjust its production capacity and functionality within a part family in response to sudden market changes or intrinsic system.

Reconfigurable systems, specifically FPGA, have emerged as a key concept to cope with such diverse application requirements. Recent advancements in High Level Synthesis and related design space exploration techniques have resulted in improved performance estimation and programmability of a wide variety of workloads on FPGAs [2,3].

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A Real-Time Visualization System for PIV p. A Real-Time Stereo Vision System with FPGA p. Synthesizing on a Reconfigurable Chip an Autonomous Robot Image Processing System p.

Reconfigurable Hardware SAT Solvers: A Survey of Systems p. Fault Tolerance Analysis of Distributed Reconfigurable Systems Using SAT-Based Techniques p.

SpaceWire Inspired Network-on-Chip Approach for Fault Tolerant System-on-Chip Designs: /ch Today FPGAs with large gate counts provide a highly flexible platform to implement a complete System-on-Chip (SoC) in a single device. Specifically radiationAuthor: Björn Osterloh, Harald Michalik, Björn Fiethe.

Configurable system-on-chip (SoC) solutions based on state-of-the art FPGA have successfully demonstrated flexibility and reliability for scientific space applications like the Venus Express mission. Future high end payload applications (e.g. Solar Orbiter) demand high-performance on-board processing because of the discrepancy between extreme high data volume and low downlink channel capacity.

In this survey, we explain different issues in run-time reconfigurable systems and list the implemented systems which support run-time reconfiguration.

We also describe different applications of run-time reconfiguration and discuss the improvements achieved by applying run-time reconfiguration. A reconfigurable automotive display system was developed for the purpose of displaying multifunctional information in a space efficient area.

The system features an 80 × 16 graphic dot matrix Fluorescent Indicator Panel and an advanced 8-bit performance of the system electronicsAuthor: Gregory T. Gumkowski, Adnan Shaout. 2) Reconfigurable system The reconfigurable system constructed by reconfigurable computing technologies is usually composed by three parts: Host, RPU(Reconfigurable Processing Unit) and Memory.

Please see Figure 5 for details. Memory RPU Figure 5 Composition of reconfigurable system The host is to provide the user interface and I/O services. Its assume that a kind of operating systems for reconfigurable systems is in charge of managing the resources of a given system and allocate space on a device for the computation of incoming tasks., and therefore presents several temporal 5/5(1).

Reconfigurable computing and FPGA technology have become major subjects of research in computing and electrical engineering since they have been identified as powerful alternatives for creating extremely efficient computing systems.

Reconfigurable computing offers substantial performance improvements when compared against traditional processing.

Search the world's most comprehensive index of full-text books. My library. RAPID: reconfigurable and scalable all-photonic interconnect for distributed shared memory multiprocessors Abstract: In this paper, we describe the design and analysis of a scalable architecture suitable for large-scale distributed shared memory (DSM) by: Reconfigurable systems can attain different configurations at different times thereby altering their functional abilities.

Such systems are particularly suitable for specific classes of applications in which their ability to undergo changes easily can be exploited to fulfill new demands, allow for evolution, and improve by: Reconfigurable Computing Systems Engineering: Virtualization of Computing Architecture: Kirischian, Lev: Books - d: Lev Kirischian.

as the basis for a reconfigurable communications system. This report discusses the requirements of future space communications, reviews relevant issues, and proposes a methodology to design and construct a reconfigurable communications system for small scientific spacecraft.

IntroductionAuthor: Pong P. Chu, Muli Kifle. This book constitutes the thoroughly refereed conference proceedings of the 10th International Symposium on Reconfigurable Computing: Architectures, Tools and Applications, ARCheld in.

Avionics, Navigation, and Instrumentation Introduction Gail Chapline Reconfigurable Redundancy Paul Sollock Shuttle Single Event Upset Environment Patrick O’Neill Development of Space Shuttle Main Engine Instrumentation Arthur Hill Unprecedented Rocket Engine Fault-Sensing System Tony Fiorucci Calibration of Navigational AidesFile Size: 2MB.

Implementation of TOF-PET Systems on Advanced Reconfigurable Logic Devices, Positron Emission Tomography - Recent Developments in Instrumentation, Research and Clinical Oncological Practice, Sandro Misciagna, IntechOpen, DOI: / Available from:Cited by: 4.

The dynamic dataflow model in a reconfigurable hardware is a project of an architecture that explores the parallelism in a natural form, using the characteristics of the partial reconfigurable hardware. This project has been developed, and there are results of proof-of-concepts for a.

The performance, in-system reprogrammability, flexibility, and reduced costs of SRAM-based FPGAs make them very interesting for high-speed, on-orbit data processing, but, because the current generation of radiation-tolerant SRAM-based FPGAs are derived directly from COTS versions of the chips, several issues must be dealt with for space, including SEU sensitivities, power consumption, thermal.

• NASA GRC and Harris were inducted into the Space Foundation’s Space Technology Hall of Fame for the Ka-band SDR in March – NASA and Harris developed the SDR in a 50/50 cost-share partnership • SCaN Testbed SDR evolved into a reconfigurable multimission payload called Harris AppSTAR™ and has been deployed on a variety of File Size: 2MB.The international conference on Engineering of Reconfigurable Systems and Algorithms (ERSA) was founded in and, since then, has been held each year in Las Vegas.

ERSA explores emerging trends and novel ideas in the area of parallel, reconfigurable.Inthere was an estimate that ~40% of all IMS devices in existence are available commercially, and it was speculated that a large number of systems are custom built in research facilities for a specific purpose.

Easily and rapidly reconfigurable systems can help accelerate the pace of discovery and application development.