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Texas Instruments: Substation IED Communication

See how real time, low latency, reliability become benefits of this TI ARM based MPU or multicore SoC based solution for substation automation: completely programmable and scalable; reduce system cost and complexity by replacing ASIC/FPGA solutions; supports multiple protocols on same hardware platform.

Class 0.1 Metering System-On-Chip Evaluation Boards

Discover TI's Class 0.1, metering System-On-Chip Evaluation Boards: High-accuracy devices targeting utility metering; Single and poly phase electricity measurements used for calibration and anti-tampering; Featuring MSP430F6736 and MSP430F6779.

MSP430F6736 SoC for utility metering

These MSP430 ultra low power microcontrollers feature architecture, combined with extensive low power modes, optimised to achieve extended battery life in portable measurement applications.

Ask the Expert: What is TI's strategy for determining which acceleration functions are allocated in hardware in its newest base station SoC?

In TI's Ask the Experts video series, get answers to your most common technical questions about TI dsp and multicore products, including the TMS320C66x dsp core, KeyStone architecture and C66x devices. In this video, you'll hear Zhihong Lin, strategic marketing manager for TI's Wireless Base Station Infrastructure business, answer the question, "What is TI's strategy for determining which acceleration functions are allocated in hardware in its newest base station SoC?"

TI's new base station SoC doubles LTE performance

As wireless data rates move toward the future with even faster 4G services, the ability to efficiently handle the large number of bits flowing through base stations becomes critically important. Operators are being forced to move to heterogeneous networks that combine macro and small cell solutions to deliver affordable bandwidth. TI's TCI6618, a new multistandard wireless base station system on chip, delivers double the LTE performance over existing 40nm solutions, and is ideally suited to the datacentric performance that operators are demanding today for 4G macro base stations.

Automotive rear-view camera demonstration

Rear-view cameras are quickly becoming an integral part of driver-assistance systems. In this video, we demonstrate two DSP algorithms that help drivers interpret rear-view images: first, we remove the fish-eye lens distortions to present the driver a more natural, de-warped view behind the car. Second, we synthesize a bird's-eye view of the scene, which improves the driver's sense of orientation and distance to other vehicles. On a DM6437 DaVinci System-on-chip, our optimized solution requires less than 5% of the available compute power, leaving ample room for advanced safety applications to run on the same processor.

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