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KADAK's AMXTM Multitasking Kernel can be found at the heart of many products developed over the past 35 years. We are proud to feature some of the products in which AMX plays a critical role.

KADAK's Client Honor Roll lists many of our well known customers who have not hesitated to place their trust in KADAK.

 

  Featured Products

The GLS-1250 GPS Landing System from Universal Avionics Systems Corporation interfaces with their Flight Management System to provide SCAT-I approach capability at suitably equipped airports around the world. This mission-critical avionics system which incorporates AMX for PowerPC has received FAA Flight Certification to DO-178B Level B.

The PW364 ImageProcessor IC developed by PixelworksTM, Inc. is the first integrated flat panel display controller contained on a single chip. The PW364 performs video signal and frame rate conversion, image resizing and adaptive image optimization. Pixelworks' developers will find AMX 86 at the heart of the software development kit used for the creation of PW364 image processing applications.

The CS/3 Critical Care Monitor developed by well known medical manufacturer Datex-Ohmeda has AMX 386/EP at its foundation. This mission-critical medical instrument is used for patient monitoring in operating rooms worldwide.

The PalmPilot personal digital assistant by palmOne, Inc. (formerly Palm Computing, Inc., then U.S. Robotics, then 3Com) features AMX 68000 at the heart of PalmOS in this award-winning product. And now, third party developers are using AMX to further enhance the PalmPilot in new application areas.

This Industrial Graphic Workstation was developed by Xycom, Inc using AMX 386/ES. The ruggedized units feature monochrome and color LCD panel displays and keypads for real-time screen image generation and operator interaction.

The AD20msp430 SoftFone>TM chipset is a fourth generation GSM chipset from Analog Devices, Inc. It consists of two chips: a GSM voiceband/baseband codec mixed-signal chip and a GSM/GPRS controller containing a DSP processor and an ARM controller. AMX 4-Thumb is the RTOS used by the GSM/GPRS protocol stack software which runs on the AD20msp430. Many mobile phone manufacturers now license AMX 4-Thumb to develop products which incorporate the AD20msp430 chipset.
 
AMX 386/ES is used by Image Sensing Systems, Inc. in their Machine Vision Processor. At this site you can see how their product is incorporated into the Autoscope Vehicle Detection System used in the traffic control industry.
 
AMX 960 is used in the Hewlett-Packard LanProbe III, a probe used for finding network bottlenecks. The HP NetMetrix/Win OpenView application uses the LanProbe III to gather network data for presentation through its user interface.
 
AMX 3000 is used in the AT&T/Lucent Technologies EMMI Multimedia Interface which provides computer users with access to full-motion desktop videoconferencing.
 
AMX 68000 is used in the AT&T Videophone 2500, a device aimed at bringing the multimedia dream to the household telephone.
 
AMX 86 is used by Philips in its P100 Screen Phone, a new generation telephone. This product is used by third party AMX developers to provide enhanced telephone services in a variety of markets.
 

  Client Honor Roll

Your company
Abbott Labs
Acer
Alcatel
Alcon Surgical
Ameritech
Analog Devices
Analogic
ASK Proxima
AT&T
Bell South
Canon
Carnegie Mellon
Caterpillar Tractor
Compaq
Control Data
Daewoo Electronics
Dassault
Data General
Datex-Ohmeda
Eastman Kodak
EG-Electronic Vertriebs
Emulex
eTree
Foxboro L&N
France Telecom
Fujitsu Microelectronics
GEC Marconi
General Electric
Handspring Inc.
Harris
Hayes
Hercules Defense
Hewlett Packard
Hitachi
Honeywell/Sperry
Hughes Aircraft
IBM
Ingersoll Rand
Instrumentarium Corp.
Intel
Intelligent Medical
Intuitive Surgical
Kongsberg Seatex
Konica Technology
Leeds & Northrup
Litton Systems Canada
Lockheed Martin
Lucent Technologies
MacDonnell Douglas
Magellan Systems
Magnavox
Matra
Medical Lab Automation
Mercedes Benz
Metra Instruments
Mitsubishi Electronic
Motorola Semiconductor
NEC Home Electronics
Newbridge Networks
Nortel Europe
Northern Telecom
Novell
Olivetti
Orckit Communications
Owens Corning Fiberglass
palmOne, Inc.
Panasonic
Philips
Pixelworks
Plessey S.A.
Polaroid Corp.
Practical Peripherals
Quad Systems
Qualcomm
Rank Xerox
Reltec
Rosemount Analytical
Samsung Electronics
Sandia Laboratories
Sanyo Electric
Schlumberger Industries
Scientific Atlanta
Seagate Magnetics
Seiko Epson
Seiko Telecom
Sensormatic
Sharp
Siemens Inc.
Siemens PLC
Sony Corporation
Sony-Image & Sound
SPAR Aerospace
Speech Design GmbH
Tadiran Spectralink
Tandem Computers
TDSOFT
Tellabs
Terayon
Tesla
Texas Instruments
The Mitre Corp.
Thomson - CSF
Union Carbide
Universal Avionics
US Robotics
US West Newvector
Verifone
Vickers
Vidar-SMS
Welch Allyn
Westell
Westinghouse Security
Xycom


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