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99 Problems but IO Ain’t One

Configuration Challenges and Playing Together Nicely in One Enclosure

Get ready my friends. We’re heading into the middle of the desert, we’re diving to the bottom of the sea, and we’re even going all the way into space. Why? Because we can. Because we have the right enclosure for our next electronic design. A lot of you out there are developing designs that need to go into the harshest of environments, and we’re here to help with a little assistance from a team at LCR Embedded Systems. We discuss the tricky bits of VPX bus configuration and how the right specialized packaging can get all of your components to play together nicely in one enclosure. Also this week, we check out a new Kickstarter campaign called UFO Cam Network. Put on your wetsuit, strap on your jetpack, and keep your pickaxe polished and poised…we’re going in! 

 

 

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