Limited space, maximum functionality

October 1, 2007 OpenSystems Media
Feature / Discussion: October 2007Embedded computing systems designers are often tasked with putting as much functionality into a space-challenged device as possible, whether that device is a chip, board, or system. Trying to determine which products might give the most bang for the space available in the embedded computing element can be quite difficult. Making the right choices can make or break the success of the final design. This article analyzes some of the issues and trends from components to systems that enable the best possible functional density.

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Jerry Gipper (Editorial Director)
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