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  • Smart Computing Article - The Upgrader's Torment
    attached to the system must, at some point, communicate with the central processing unit (CPU) under control of a program, usually an operating system. That's the only way an application can control the system as a whole. To make the connection between hardware device and CPU, you must fiddle
  • Smart Computing Article - Booting Your PC
    holds 256 kilobytes (KB) of instructions, though 512KB chips are becoming common these days. The chip is usually located on the circuit board (known as a motherboard) containing the central processing unit (CPU), or brains of the machine. The CPU reads instructions from the BIOS and executes them
  • Smart Computing Article - Step 12: Test Your System
    everything is attached, plug in your external devices and turn on the power. As the computer awakens, it should show signs of life. The most obvious are the fans starting up (for the power supply and the CPU [central processing unit]) and the hard drive starting to spin. You'll also probably see flashing
  • Medical Device Link .
    developers are turning to scalable, commercial off-the-shelf (COTS) central processing unit (cpu) platforms with field-programmable gate array (FPGA) support for data acquisition and coprocessing. They must consider several factors in developing flexible, scalable medical imaging equipment efficiently
  • Medical Device Link . Simplifying Medical System Design with PC/104 Modules
    and software with off-the-shelf embedded computer hardware and software building blocks. Embedded computer technology has come a long way since the birth of the microprocessor in the mid-1970s. There has been continuous exponential growth in both central processing unit (cpu) performance and memory

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