DY 4 offers avionics subsystem

DY 4 Systems Inc. of Kanata, Ontario - which has made its name as a designer of rugged and mil-spec VME printed circuit boards - moved into the subsystem business with the introduction of a VME module and chassis for avionics mission computers and cockpit display upgrades. The box has a DY 4 80 MHz or 100 MHz PowerPC 603e single-board computer, as much as 12 megabytes of SRAM or 64 megabytes of error-detected and corrected EDAC DRAM with ethernet, SCSI 2, four synchronous/asynchronous serial por

Mar 1st, 1997

DY 4 Systems Inc. of Kanata, Ontario - which has made its name as a designer of rugged and mil-spec VME printed circuit boards - moved into the subsystem business with the introduction of a VME module and chassis for avionics mission computers and cockpit display upgrades. The box has a DY 4 80 MHz or 100 MHz PowerPC 603e single-board computer, as much as 12 megabytes of SRAM or 64 megabytes of error-detected and corrected EDAC DRAM with ethernet, SCSI 2, four synchronous/asynchronous serial ports, and Mil-Std 1553B I/O. Its display engine is based on the DY 4 DMV-783 graphics controller. For more information, contact DY 4 by phone at 613-599-9199, by fax at 613-599-7777, or on the World Wide Web at http://www.dy4.com/. - J.K.

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