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Product category: Microprocessors, Microcontrollers and DSPs
News Release from: Analog Devices
Edited by the Electronicstalk Editorial Team on 1 February 2005

High-performance demonstrations in Nuremberg

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At Embedded World 2005 Analog Devices will exhibit a range of high-performance demonstrations representing industry-leading innovations that are driving emerging applications

At Embedded World 2005 Analog Devices will exhibit a range of high-performance demonstrations representing industry-leading innovations that are driving emerging applications in the following market areas: automotive, industrial/medical, e-media/audio, and embedded technology. The company will be on Stand 316, in Hall 12, at the world's biggest embedded 'get-together', being held from 22nd to 24th February 2005 at the Nuremberg Exhibition Centre in Germany.

At this year's show, ADI will display its four new network-enabled Blackfin processors designed for embedded audio, video and communications applications, ADSP-BF534, BF536 and BF537 processors, as well as its BF566eM30 eMedia platform.

ADI will also present a variety of easy-to-use development tools, including ADI's own brand Crosscore, as well as third-party software environments from long-time partners such as Green Hills Software or National Instruments.

Demonstrating ADI's capabilities in multimedia, the stand will feature a demo of an IP set-top box, which will be running a video-on-demand service, a multicast service, and an Internet browser.

In automotive, ADI will be demonstrating real-time edge detection for car driver assistance on an ADSP-BF561 Blackfin processor, and a working sample of Philips' 'solid state car jukebox', ripping CDs while simultaneously providing playback.

Security capabilities will be shown with an AuthenTec fingerprint recognition system based around an ADSP-BF531 Blackfin processor, which processes the recognition algorithms.

Additionally, there will be a demo of the Blackfin ADSP-BF534 EZ-Kit Lite development system, showing ADI's easy-to-use development environment controlling industrial interfaces such as CAN.

Another EZ-Kit Lite demo will show the Blackfin ADSP-BF537 processor running with Ethernet connectivity provided by the VisualDSP++ 4.0 suite processor.

ADI will also have two demos for its ADuC702x family of analogue microcontrollers: a remote-control telemetry application and a motor positioning application.

To showcase uClinux for embedded applications, there will be a demo of a networked audio/media node with a web interface, running on ADI's ADSP-BF533 Blackfin.

Finally, there will be a joint demonstration between Analog Devices and National Instruments featuring ADI's brand new ADSP-BF537 processor.

Analog Devices and Green Hills Software will be partners at the show, and Green Hills Software will demonstrate the Blackfin Multi IDE environment, a set of award-winning tools for fast time to market.

ADI will also be presenting two conference papers at this year's show: 'Software defined radio - a new challenge for real-time software' by Jorg Kohlschmidt, at 1630 on Tuesday 22nd February; and 'Use of video technology to improve automotive safety becomes more feasible with Blackfin processors' by Michael Meyer-Pundsack, at 1130 on Wednesday 23rd February.

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