White Papers

Measuring Real-Time Performance White Paper PDF Measuring Real-Time Performance
InHand’s experts discuss the latest techniques for measuring real-time software performance in this Embedded Systems Conference class presentation.

Eliminating Common Mistakes in Real-Time Software Development White Paper PDF Eliminating Common Mistakes in Real-Time Software Development
This Embedded Systems Conference class presentation covers techniques to avoid common mistakes that developers make in creating real-time software.

BatterySmart and Power Consumption Overview for InHand Platforms White Paper PDF BatterySmart and Power Consumption Overview for InHand Platforms
This white paper provides a brief overview of power consumption on InHand reference platforms, under several scenarios, relative to one another and to other platforms. Several measurements and charts are provided to show the effects of different boards, displays, and display backlights.

BatterySmart and Power Consumption - A Detailed Analysis White Paper PDF BatterySmart and Power Consumption – A Detailed Analysis
This white paper provides background information on BatterySmart and also provides a detailed overview of power consumption and battery life. A variety of charts and tables are provided, demonstrating power consumption under a wide range of operational scenarios.

DSP Performance Benchmarks on InHand Platforms White Paper PDF DSP Performance Benchmarks on InHand Platforms
Ever wonder how well high-performance digital signal processing algorithms execute on StrongARM and XScale. This white paper provides the answer. An exhaustive series of computational performance measurements were completed on InHand’s reference platforms, while performing various sophisticated Fast Fourier Transform (FFT) algorithms. Experiments were completed with fixed- and floating-point operations, small and large FFTs, and with and without cache, main memory, and operating system overhead.

Off-the-Shelf or Customize - How Do InHand's Platforms Fit My Requirements? White Paper PDF Off-the-Shelf or Customize – How Do InHand’s Platforms Fit My Requirements?
When doing a “make versus buy” analysis, lots of factors come into play, including development costs and risk, production costs, and scheduling. InHand sells its own standard products and also customizes these products for customers. In this white paper, we’ll analyze some of the issues in a “make versus buy” analysis, and provide some of our insight gained from years of experience. While every situation is different, this white paper should help you ask yourself the right questions in determining the best approach for you.

Presentations*

 

 ESC Presentation on Measuring Real-Time Performance PDF  ESC Presentation: Achieving Real-Time Performance with Windows Embedded CE
InHand’s experts present techniques and comoon mistakes made when using Windows Embedded Compact in real-time system in this Embedded SystemsConference class presentation.

ESC Presentation on Measuring Real-Time Performance PDF ESC Presentation on Measuring Real-Time Performance
InHand’s experts discuss the latest techniques for measuring real-time software performance in this Embedded Systems Conference class presentation.

Embedded Systems Conference Presentation on Eliminating Common Mistakes in Real-Time Software Development PDF ESC Presentation on Eliminating Common Mistakes in Real-Time Software Development
This Embedded Systems Conference class presentation covers techniques to avoid common mistakes that developers make in creating real-time software.

InHand's Experts Speaks at Recent Army Power Management Conference Presentation PDF InHand’s Experts Speak at Recent Army Power Management Conference
Review the latest presentation from InHand’s power management professionals, given at the recent RDECOM Power Management Workshop.

ARM DevCon Presentation on Power Management Design Issues for Wireless Devices Presentation PDF ARM DevCon Presentation on Power Management Design Issues for Wireless Devices
This presentation details system-level issues in the design of hardware and software for handheld and wireless devices. In addition to techniques such as clock and voltage scaling, the presentation provides insights into the impact that hardware design, peripheral I/O techniques, and battery selection can have on power management.

Sensors Expo Presentation on Batteries and Power Sources for Wireless Devices Presentation PDF Sensors Expo Presentation on Batteries and Power Sources for Wireless Devices
New at the Sensors Expo, this presentation discusses the state-of-the-art in batteries and other power sources for wireless devices. The presentation provides a detailed overview of existing battery technology, and delves into new technologies such as power harvesting, fuel cells, and advanced batteries.

Sensors Expo Presenation on Handheld Devices and Data Acquisition PDF Sensors Expo Presentation on Handheld Devices and Data Acquisition
This popular presentation has been given at the twice-yearly Sensors Expo since 2001. The presentation details the state-of-the-art in handheld and wireless devices, as they relate to sensing, data acquisition, and instrumentation. A variety of topics are covered – from an overview of the existing market for handhelds to a discussion of the unique needs of industrial users – and sample products are detailed.

Embedded Systems Conference Presentation on Designing Advanced Handheld Devices PDF ESC Presentation on Designing Advanced Handheld Devices
Given at several of the recent Embedded Systems Conferences in North America, this presentation highlights the unique issues that engineers encounter when they design handheld and wireless devices. The presentation focuses on the differences between traditional embedded systems design and handheld device design, with a particular emphasis on the issues associated with designing hardware, software, and packaging to fit into very small spaces, have very low power consumption, and be able to withstand rugged environments.

 

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