| LEON/GRLIB bitstreams for RTG4
GRLIB IP Library 2017.3-b4208
GR712RC user's manual 2.10
GR712RC data sheet 2.3
GR712RC-BOARD document 0.7 GR740 user's manual 1.8
GR718B user's manual 3.0
LEON3FT-RTAX document 1.9
RT-SPW-ROUTER document 1.2
|GRMON Debug Monitor 1.1.61
GRMON2 Debug Monitor 2.0.87
TSIM2 LEON/ERC32 Simulator 2.0.56
GRSIM LEON MP Simulator 1.1.56
BCC Bare-C Compiler 2.0.2
RCC RTEMS Compiler 1.2.22
VxWorks 7 support for LEON
VxWorks 6.9 support for LEON
GRTools installer 2017-09-18
Cobham is sponsoring the 10th-Anniversary Workshop on Spacecraft Flight Software at the Johns Hopkins University Applied Physics Laboratory, December 4-7, 2017.
This workshop provides an opportunity to present current flight architectures, novel approaches to mission solutions, and techniques for flight software development, integration, test and verification in an informal and open setting that facilitates communication across organizations and agencies.
Cobham Gaisler will also present: FSW17 updates on software support for the fault tolerant LEON processor family.
Please view the website at http://flightsoftware.jhuapl.edu/ for more information.
Cobham Space Grade Products Launch Aboard the Flying Laptop
Cobham’s products and services contributed to the recent successful deployment on July 14, 2017, of the “Flying Laptop” Satellite developed at the Institute of Space Systems (IRS) at the University of Stuttgart in Germany. Cobham’s Standard Products, Single Board Computer and custom developed FPGA were critical contributors to the design of the “Flying Laptop".
... "Cobham Gaisler delivered the Consultative Committee for Space Data Systems (CCSDS) Telemetry Encoder and Telecommand Decoder FPGA. The custom designed FPGA implements the complete CCSDS telemetry encoder and telecommand decoder functionality of the “Flying Laptop” and communicates with the Single Board Computer through multiple SpaceWire links using the RMAP protocol." ... read more
Cobham Gaisler’s LEON3FT fault-tolerant microprocessor Intellectual Property (IP) core was selected by Thales Alenia Space - Italy as the processor in their highly integrated proprietary EPICA-NEXT System-on-Chip (SoC) device that is used in the redundant Platform Computer (PFC) in each one of the Iridium NEXT satellites. Our products and services contributed to the launch aboard the ten Iridium NEXT satellites on a Falcon 9 rocket from the launch-service provider SpaceX.
>>We're looking for an experienced digital design engineer with a background in ASIC/FPGA design to join our hardware team ...read more>