| LEON/GRLIB bitstreams for RTG4
GRLIB IP Library 2018.3-b4226
GR712RC user's manual 2.12
GR712RC data sheet 2.4
GR712RC-BOARD document 0.13 GR740 user's manual 2.0
GR718B user's manual 3.3
LEON3FT-RTAX document 1.9
RT-SPW-ROUTER document 1.2
|GRMON3 Debug Monitor 3.0.13
GRMON2 Debug Monitor 2.0.98
TSIM2 LEON/ERC32 Simulator 2.0.62
GRSIM LEON MP Simulator 1.1.56
BCC Bare-C Compiler 2.0.5
RCC RTEMS Compiler 1.2.23
VxWorks 7 support for LEON
VxWorks 6.9 support for LEON
GRTools installer 2018-04-26
The 2019 CAN in Space Workshop will be held June 11-14, at the Radisson BLU Scandinavia, Gothenburg, Sweden. The workshop features a technical program of contributed papers describing the latest observations in embedded distributed systems and CAN networks with a special focus on microcontrollers. Invited speakers from academia, industry and space agencies will present. The Call for Papers is available now. Abstracts are due March 15, 2019.
Cobham Gaisler released in March 2018 the new GRMON3 debug monitor. In addition to the features found in previous GRMON versions a new graphical user interface greatly extends the traditional monitoring and control capabilities. Please see the GRMON3 product page for more information.
The Japanese probe Hayabusa-2 has dropped the Mobile Asteroid Surface Scout (MASCOT) who has landed on the surface of the asteroid Ryugu on 3 October 2019. Cobham Gaisler’s GR712RC Dual Core LEON3FT Microprocessor was selected by VEGA and DLR, the German Space Agency, for MASCOT’s on-board computer along with Cobham Semiconductor Solutions' 160Mbit SRAM Memory product. The microprocessor and the memory constitute the core of the processing element in the on-board computer developed by Cobham Gaisler, providing a solid foundation and sufficient processing power for executing both the platform and payload software. Cobham's complete press release from the launch event.
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" ... read more
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