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  Tektronix: Products > Analog Waveform Monitors - 1740A Series * 1750A Series * 1760 Series: Introduction
For NTSC models, the last digit of the model number is '0' (1740A, 1750A or 1760); '1' for PAL (1741A, 1751A or 1761); and '5' for dual standard NTSC/PAL (1745A, 1755A or 1765).
Sync jitter over the field is displayed as a moving sync vector dot or displayed as a timing error at a vertical rate to identify the relationship over the field time.
To keep operation easy and straightforward, the 1740A, 1750A and 1760 family "learns" the user's preferences for waveform, vector and picture modes (and SCH in the 1750A and 1760 with the SCH option).
www.tek.com /site/ps/0,,24-07169-INTRO_EN,00.html   (1533 words)

  1750A - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
MIL-STD-1750A or 1750A is the formal definition of a 16-bit computer Instruction Set Architecture (ISA), including both required and optional components, as described by the military standard document MIL-STD-1750A (1980).
Of particular interest is the fact that 1750A systems often offer very high levels of radiation and other hazardous environment protection, making them particularly suited for military, aviation and space applications.
The advatages of this concept were recognized outside of the USAF and the 1750A was adopted by numerous other organizations, such as the European Space Agency, NASA, Israeli Aircraft Industries and many projects in academia.
en.wikipedia.org /wiki/1750A   (563 words)

 Encyclopedia: 1750A   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-20)
The advatages of this concept were recognized outside of the USAF and the 1750A was adopted by numerous other organizations, such as the European Space Agency, NASA, Isreali Aircraft Industries and many projects in academia.
Fully space rated implimentations make the 1750A one of the few types of computers that are applicable for use in deep space applications.
Example spacecraft that use the 1750A are: The F/A-18 Hornet is an all-weather fighter and attack aircraft.
www.nationmaster.com /encyclopedia/1750A   (1349 words)

 JOVIAL - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
It was developed to write software for the electronics of military aircraft by Jules Schwartz in 1959.
In the late 1970s and early 1980s, the U.S. Air Force adopted a standardized CPU, the 1750A, and JOVIAL normally produces programs for that processor.
JOVIAL was standardized in 1973 with MIL-STD-1589 and was revised in 1984 with MIL-STD-1589C., and is still widely used to update and maintain software on older, obsolescent military vehicles and aircraft.
en.wikipedia.org /wiki/JOVIAL_programming_language   (262 words)

 Tektronix 1750A Analog Waveform Monitor Tektronix 1750A 1750-A 1750 A
Tektronix 1750A Analog Waveform Monitor Tektronix 1750A 1750-A 1750 A
In the 1750A, or 1760 with SCH option, Subcarrier/Horizontal phase and color framing are displayed graphically in the patented Tektronix polar SCH display.
Do not operate with visible moisture on the circuit boards.
www.tequipment.net /Tektronix1750A.html   (1963 words)

 Development Tools
The simulator processes a memory image and symbol interface file produced by the ALINKS linker to emulate a generic 1750A processor.
The simulator allows users to exercise their programs in an environment closely resembling the actual 1750A hardware but with interfaces necessary to easily control and manipulate program execution.
The SEA simulator is available on all host machine platforms and is included as part of the toolset supplied with all 1750A targeted JOVIAL compilers.
www.seadeo.com /development_tools.htm   (711 words)

 ITCN | C-TAC MIL-STD-1750 Channel Monitor
The 1750A Channel is designed to provide continuous RTNI monitoring for embedded computers in the 1750A family.
The monitoring is done on a completely non-intrusive basis, without the injection of wait states or cycle stealing.
The 1750A Channel is able to cross trigger with other channels (processors or buses) or with external equipment
www.itcninc.com /mil-std-1750.htm   (475 words)

Configurations Supported by GNU CC ================================== Here are the possible CPU types: 1750a, a29k, alpha, arm, cN, clipper, dsp16xx, elxsi, h8300, hppa1.0, hppa1.1, i370, i386, i486, i586, i860, i960, m68000, m68k, m88k, mips, mipsel, mips64, mips64el, ns32k, powerpc, powerpcle, pyramid, romp, rs6000, sh, sparc, sparclite, sparc64, vax, we32k.
As you can see, customary abbreviations are used rather than the longer official names.
You should ignore a fatal error during the building of libgcc (libgcc is not yet implemented for the 1750A.) The `as1750' assembler requires the file `ms1750.inc', which is found in the directory `config/1750a'.
docs.freebsd.org /info/gcc/gcc.info.Configurations.html   (4554 words)

 ABU Ambassadeur 1750 / 1750A   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-20)
The 1750A are ultralight casting models of the Ambassadeur range before the introduction of the 2500C in the mid 1970s.
The 1750 is a rarer model which was made only in 1964 / 1965.
More importantly, I DO NOT speak on behalf of ABU Garcia or represent them in anyway.
www.geocities.com /heartland/lane/4448/models/1750.html   (107 words)

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The MIL-STD-1750A cross configuration produces output for `as1750', an assembler/linker available under the GNU Public License for the 1750A.
A similarly licensed simulator for the 1750A is available from same address.
GNU CC produced the same sections as the Fairchild F9450 C Compiler, namely: `Normal' The program code section.
www.mit.edu /afs/sipb/project/egcs/info/gcc.info-8   (6162 words)

 New Linux support for MIL-STD-1750A embedded systems
Cleanscape XTC-1750A is targeted at embedded systems designers of aerospace and military applications specifying MIL-STD-1750A radiation-hardened processors who want to transition from legacy languages to the C language.
"Legacy languages like Ada and Jovial force 1750A developers to draw from a diminishing pool of resources, talent, and tools," said Cleanscape president and CEO Ted Batha.
The MIL-STD-1750A processor is a radiation-hardened processor approved for use in harsh environments for primarily military and aerospace applications.
www.linuxdevices.com /news/NS5138032389.html   (447 words)

 James Hinnant - Embedded Software Engineer - Resumé
Intel 8051 (Keil), 1750A (TLD), Motorola 6800, 6809.
Responsible for design, code, real-time optimization, unit test, troubleshooting, patching, and documentation of satellite flight software for various applications on Loral's FS-1300 series of satellites, using Ada (Rational Apex, TLD 1750, and Verdix compilers under Unix), assembly (8051 and 1750A), C, and Unix toolscripts.
An instruction trace tool that merged logic analyzer address bus trace output with disassembled 1750A flight build, to pinpoint cause of spontaneous reboots that were occurring once every few months in the satellite assembly area (the cause was a hardware error in vendor's flight computer, missed by their testing).
www.jameshinnant.com /jhinnant_resume.html   (784 words)

 Spacecraft onboard computers from the Rapid-I and -II programs, applicability of FlightLinux   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-20)
Avionics systems have favored the 1750A architecture, a 16-bit, non-RISC design manufactured by a variety of companies.
The 1750A is an instruction set architecture, specified in MIL-STD-1750A.
The United Technologies UT1750AR is a RISC microprocessor that implements the 1750A instruction set through an emulation ROM.
flightlinux.gsfc.nasa.gov /docs/Target_Arch_Report.html   (9742 words)

 Support   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-20)
The load modules can be loaded into a 1750A hardware development system or loaded by RAID.
The Simulator is intended to be used by those who wish to exercise their programs in an environment which closely resembles that of the actual 1750A hardware but with the interfaces necessary to easily control and manipulate program data during execution.
The 1750A Assembler simplifies the development of assembly language programs for execution on a 1750A computer.
www.jovial.hill.af.mil /seacontr.htm   (334 words)

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