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OPK announced the completion of tests of the chip, increasing the speed of the anti-aircraft systems

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"United Instrument-Making Corporation" (part of Rostec) has completed tests of the 16-bit microcontroller to control the AMS, which increases the speed of information processing in 2 times, reports press office corporations.




“The microcontroller processes digital data in real time and issues the necessary commands to individual units of the combat system, ensuring the smooth and fast functioning of the entire technical complex,” the press service explained.

Deputy Director General of the defense industry, Andrei Chendarov:
"The microcontroller was designed by the specialists of our enterprises, the Sozvezdie concern, and the scientific research institute for electronic equipment (NIIET. The scheme provides developers with ample opportunities to implement the required tactical and technical characteristics of air defense systems, ensuring high speed information processing and transmission."


Reportedly. that the controller's RAM is increased 4 times. "Compared with its predecessors and foreign" classmates "significantly increased its clock frequency and storage capacity," - said in a release.

Director General of NIIET Dmitry Kozhanov:
“The speed and powerful hardware resources distinguish our development from foreign analogues. Today, our specialists are already exploring the possibility of producing a microcontroller in a package with reduced dimensions. Start of mass production is scheduled for the end of 2016 year. "
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  1. newcomer
    newcomer 29 July 2016 11: 04
    +5
    sana_59, I agree with you. along with the recent news about our development of a thermal imaging matrix, today's news looks loud. almost every day, news from our VPK. nicely.
    1. dauria
      dauria 29 July 2016 11: 23
      +1
      along with the recent news about our development of a matrix of thermal imagers,


      Yes, also on little things, but noticeably. If in consumer goods in our developments there are only imports (ATMelovsky and PIC from a "microchip" and a little "texasinstrument". But here's where the dual purpose and serious strict standards (the same ARINC for aviation) - our native analogues have already appeared. God forbid ...
  2. Alekseits
    Alekseits 29 July 2016 11: 08
    +3
    I sincerely rejoice !!!
  3. uskrabut
    uskrabut 29 July 2016 11: 12
    0
    Long live the sanctions! And then they would put chips from Chinese Christmas garlands.
  4. xant
    xant 29 July 2016 11: 15
    +1
    the S-500 comes to mind! and there is a lot of news about electronics, but for some reason they are not laid out here?
  5. Ronino
    Ronino 29 July 2016 11: 16
    +1
    Defense + space God himself forced to engage in his microelectronics!
  6. Mcarrow
    Mcarrow 29 July 2016 11: 18
    +1
    Ours can do everything, so much so that the rest die of envy! There is one little poor thing in one of two copies, as soon as the full ..pa begins on the flow. It is necessary to establish the strictest control over serial production.
  7. jktu66
    jktu66 29 July 2016 11: 19
    +4
    Progress overtakes us inexorably. Even in the offensive of the Millennium, it was necessary to service computers with 16k memory "microcircuits" weighing no more than 42 kg smile
  8. EvgNik
    EvgNik 29 July 2016 11: 25
    +4
    We can when we want! Another computer would be our OS. I'm afraid I won’t live.
  9. avg-mgn
    avg-mgn 29 July 2016 11: 29
    +5
    I have always been and remain a supporter of the translation of the technical language into journalistic. After such publications, the Pentagon scratches its turnips and wonders: "What did they do there, and how to deal with it ???"
    Piled and mixed in one plate, (like vinaigrette), a bunch of concepts and technical terms. I see, but I won’t explain, you won’t wait, but let them scratch!
    1. Pereira
      Pereira 29 July 2016 11: 32
      0
      They did the main thing. Why, so it really is, let the foreigners have a headache.
  10. Dr. Sorge
    Dr. Sorge 29 July 2016 11: 42
    +5
    The era of 32-64 bit long.
    In general, it’s somehow strange, to write about such a thing, what a miracle? This is a necessity and regularity of the development of their own base.
    This is probably a technical breakthrough if an article is written about it.
    In general, a mark of aiming at a target and hitting beauties against the enemy!
    1. iConst
      iConst 29 July 2016 11: 59
      +5
      Quote: Dr. Sorge
      The era of 32-64 bit long.
      In general, it’s somehow strange, to write about such a thing, what a miracle? This is a necessity and regularity of the development of their own base.
      This is probably a technical breakthrough if an article is written about it.
      In general, a mark of aiming at a target and hitting beauties against the enemy!

      You are wrong - the era of universal processors, yes. Specialized - no.

      Often, a specially "sharpened" 8-bit controller working with a limited special set of instructions will "make" a general-purpose processor for general use.
      At the same time, the cost and energy consumption will not be in favor of the latter.
      And if you take into account that the universal ones often still need a "body kit" in the form of the south and north bridges - so generally by the cashier.
      1. Dr. Sorge
        Dr. Sorge 29 July 2016 13: 48
        +2
        Comments accepted. AutoCAD is an example of this. He does not need 3D 64.
        1. Dr. Sorge
          Dr. Sorge 31 July 2016 17: 27
          +2
          Are there auto couch specialists here? Who set a minus for the sake of interest? :)
    2. Dulat
      Dulat 29 July 2016 12: 38
      +2
      It's like transporting a bag of cement to a neighboring village on a BelAZ or on a Ural motorcycle. BelAZ is certainly very powerful and load-carrying, but it eats fuel and is clumsy on small streets, and it is not easy to throw a bag of cement into the back, and the truck accelerates slowly. There are many nuances in electronics that we do not know. And it may be that Russia has developed a "Ural" with a sidecar with a drive to the second wheel, while in other countries "Voskhod"
      1. GAF
        GAF 29 July 2016 13: 54
        0
        Quote: Dulat
        It's like transporting a bag of cement to a neighboring village on a BelAZ or on a Ural motorcycle. BelAZ is certainly very powerful and load-carrying, but it eats fuel and is clumsy on small streets, and it is not easy to throw a bag of cement into the back, and the truck accelerates slowly. There are many nuances in electronics that we do not know. And it may be that Russia has developed a "Ural" with a sidecar with a drive to the second wheel, while in other countries "Voskhod"

        You are absolutely right. For example, when processing signals, there is such a time-consuming "drag" - the fast Fourier transform. Specialized processors have been developed to perform only this operation. The graph of the computational algorithm is implemented exclusively with hardware. This "simplicity" makes it possible to carry out signal processing in control systems in fact in real time - the very thing that "warriors" need.
        1. Dr. Sorge
          Dr. Sorge 31 July 2016 17: 26
          +2
          For the sake of interest, who is minus us? What frowning expert visitor? :)
  11. SklochPensioner
    SklochPensioner 29 July 2016 11: 42
    0
    Very, very positive news!
    "Build a tram - don't buy a donkey!" laughing
  12. avg-mgn
    avg-mgn 29 July 2016 11: 42
    0
    Quote: EvgNik
    We can when we want! Another computer would be our OS. I'm afraid I won’t live.

    The OS in the sense that you are investing is stupidly not there. (only on your PC). Software is written by US in open source codes (it doesn’t mean that anyone can just read it). So YOU ​​have lived and many years to you.
    1. iConst
      iConst 29 July 2016 12: 06
      +1
      Quote: avg-mgn
      Quote: EvgNik
      We can when we want! Another computer would be our OS. I'm afraid I won’t live.

      OS in the sense that you invest, there is stupidly no1. (only on your PC). The software is written by US in open source codes (it doesn’t mean that anyone can read it just like that)2. So YOU ​​have lived and many years to you.

      1 - What ??? How is it not? Read carefully the site of the developer of the MCST - yes. Based on the Linux kernel.
      2. You are surprised the second time - if open source (open source) - then we read and read to someone who is not lazy, unless, of course, we make a mistake.
  13. avg-mgn
    avg-mgn 29 July 2016 11: 48
    0
    Quote: Dr. Sorge
    The era of 32-64 bit long.

    Rummage through the Internet, and you will be surprised to find that 32-64 is only on your tablet, and serious systems are not small.
    1. Dr. Sorge
      Dr. Sorge 29 July 2016 13: 50
      +2
      I agree, I will not argue. For Minsk-32 performed tasks at strategic sites with success :)
  14. Leto
    Leto 29 July 2016 11: 57
    0
    The United Instrument-Making Corporation (part of Rostec) has completed testing a 16-bit microcontroller for controlling air defense systems, which increases the speed of information processing by 2 times, the press service of the corporation reports.

    Maybe I don’t understand something, but 16-bit MK is yesterday. Moreover, the news in other sources sounds different:
    Professionals of the United Instrument-Making Company (OPK) launched into mass production the most powerful 32-bit microcontroller capable of controlling combat robotic complexes. “The microcontroller has a capacity of up to 125 MIPS,” comments D.I. Kozhanov, general director of NIIET OJSC. “This is the usual power corresponding to the level of promising foreign models with the architecture of the TMS320F28xx series, ARM Cortex-M Stellaris, STM32F4, Atmel SAM4L Cortex-M4 .


    Those. we are talking about 32-bit MK ...
    1. Outsider V.
      Outsider V. 31 July 2016 19: 57
      0
      This, of course, makes me happy that "professionals have launched the most powerful" microcontroller into production (really, it's good that they could).

      But the trouble is that, for example, the "Texas" TMS320F28xx (platform C2000) has not been "promising" for nine years, but is in full use and is beginning to become obsolete.

      The STM32F4 lineup with the Cortex M4 from ST Microelectronics will probably be newer, but the ST claims performance up to 225 MIPS. By modern standards, these are quite average and very inexpensive (in industrial design, in military will be more expensive) controllers for IoT devices (Internet of Things), available in any quantities.

      It's early to relax, comrade D.A. Kozhanov!
  15. prior
    prior 29 July 2016 11: 59
    +2
    The real state of the electronic industry is very sad. Either survives, or survives.
    There are talented "lefties" in the country and have always been, and this is good.
    But the systemic improvement of affairs in the industry has long been necessary to draw the attention of the state,
    instead of Chubais's "nanoescripts".
    1. Svyatoslavich
      Svyatoslavich 29 July 2016 12: 42
      +2
      But the systemic improvement of affairs in the industry has long been necessary to draw the attention of the state,
      instead of Chubais's "nanoescripts".
      Who instructed the cons?
      True eyes hurts?
  16. Anchonsha
    Anchonsha 29 July 2016 12: 13
    0
    Yes, now we already consider getting rid of foreign uncles in microboards and computer developments. There is, of course, still a lag, but this is no longer so scary, you just need to fund more fundamental scientific institutions, science is awkward there - officials simply ruined various stupid mergers for the sake of saving in their own pockets.
  17. Dr. Sorge
    Dr. Sorge 29 July 2016 13: 54
    +2
    I will say one thing, for example, that for a citizen one Novosibirsk Institute wrote without a single mistake !!!! The Leningrad Civil Institute rewrote at least 5 times.
    Novosibirsk was surprised to ask what mistakes? Our products (software) are either available or the second is not given. This is a military institute and military acceptance, discipline.
    This I mean that today errors in software are just ordinary sloppiness and lack of order.
    So, with faith in military equipment!
  18. ksv36
    ksv36 29 July 2016 14: 15
    -2
    Quote: СРЦ П-15
    This is what our torn to pieces economy is doing!


    Now with these missiles to tear them to shreds laughing
  19. ksv36
    ksv36 29 July 2016 14: 20
    0
    Quote: EvgNik
    We can when we want! Another computer would be our OS. I'm afraid I won’t live.


    Here, read at your leisure. Not advertising, for the sake of education. http://www.kramola.info/vesti/novosti/russkiy-mini-kompyuter-raydget
  20. Moskal 55
    Moskal 55 29 July 2016 16: 27
    -1
    May God grant that despite the "unprofitability" the state does not curtail the programs for financing the development of microelectronics for the military-industrial complex. It is clear that we are lagging behind. In the USSR, they lagged behind by 5 years, now, of course, more. They have thousands of microcontrollers, some of which are much more powerful and "convenient", the same story with memory, ADC, DAC, linear and pulse stabilizers, microwave. It would be right to remove all microelectronics "from the market", otherwise it will always be more profitable to buy until "the roast cock bites". And to develop on "theirs" is much less laborious (ie, cheaper again). But the market is holy for our government.
  21. demiurg
    demiurg 29 July 2016 17: 03
    0
    The architecture of household PC processors and air defense control systems is fundamentally different. That is, what is created for the defense industry will never go into civilian life. Rather, not even that. SPARC like architecture (a fashionable word for me) exists in parallel with wines compatible pieces of iron. Both in our country and in the west. And here we are, if not at the forefront, then certainly not in the opera.
    1. balabol
      balabol 29 July 2016 20: 17
      -1
      SPARC is a version of RISC processors from SUN. Do you mean that we are developing this architecture in our developments and we are here at the forefront?
      1. demiurg
        demiurg 29 July 2016 20: 59
        0
        I wrote, like, that we are not in opera, and not leaders, middle peasants.
        1. balabol
          balabol 29 July 2016 22: 41
          -1
          We do not have the right to develop SPARC. This is a trademark of SUN. Now it belongs to ORACLE. Where did you get the data that we are developing this technology?
          1. Outsider V.
            Outsider V. 31 July 2016 22: 15
            0
            To develop its implementation of the SPARC architecture, it is enough to buy a license from the non-profit office SPARC International (https://sparc.org/). It is inexpensive, conditional price.

            MSCT (= Moscow SPARC-technology center) mentioned here repeatedly, naturally, has such a license. He developed many processes with the architect SPARC - from R100 to R1000 (plus all sorts of Elbrus, but there is a different architecture).
  22. balabol
    balabol 29 July 2016 20: 07
    0
    I suspect they made it on a production line purchased for a cordon. Our problem is not so much in the brains of chip developers. You can build a team for this. There is no modern equipment of an integrated production line that meets the modern level.
  23. geroirossii
    geroirossii 29 July 2016 22: 10
    +1
    DIC Announces Chip Test Completion

    she has forty legs and two carrying handles laughing
  24. gammipapa
    gammipapa 29 July 2016 22: 51
    0
    Well done, respect and honor. Do not show the Chinese ...
  25. Zomanus
    Zomanus 30 July 2016 04: 25
    0
    You need to understand that the chip from this article
    Nowhere, except in air defense, cannot be used.
    And besides, there are such requirements for "survivability",
    that in the civilian sector it’ll be very expensive.
    And so we should at least practice on strapping microcircuits.
    Microchip-power supply, microchip-amplifier, etc.
    And we still use Soviet developments.
    Well, or foreign, more advanced analogues.
    In household computer equipment, you should not climb at all.
    But let's say machining centers in the production -
    quite a worthy goal for import substitution.
    1. Outsider V.
      Outsider V. 1 August 2016 10: 03
      0
      And besides, there are such requirements for "survivability",
      that in the civilian sector it’ll be very expensive.


      Not everything is so scary.

      Usually microcontrollers are immediately released in several versions - Westerners are divided into commercial, industrial, military and space.

      The first two are used in civilian life. Industrial differs from military in a somewhat narrower temperature range and, possibly, in a different housing. So it is often not difficult to make industrial from military: to narrow down a set of tests, having reduced the cost of production. In Russia, it’s somehow different - there are different types of acceptance for different categories.

      Here space differs dramatically - the chip must be radiation-resistant.
  26. avg-mgn
    avg-mgn 30 July 2016 06: 19
    0
    Quote: iConst
    Quote: avg-mgn
    Quote: EvgNik
    We can when we want! Another computer would be our OS. I'm afraid I won’t live.

    OS in the sense that you invest, there is stupidly no1. (only on your PC). The software is written by US in open source codes (it doesn’t mean that anyone can read it just like that)2. So YOU ​​have lived and many years to you.

    1 - What ??? How is it not? Read carefully the site of the developer of the MCST - there is. Kernel based Linux.
    2. You are surprised the second time - if open source (open source) - then we read and read to someone who is not lazy, unless, of course, we make a mistake.
    On item 1 of your comment: iConst, as far as I understand, it is talking about a PC, and therefore - the OS in the sense that it invests (usually we are talking about different versions of Windows), in the product under discussion there is no
    according to paragraph 2 of your remark: the presence of an OS written with open source code is trivially writtenLinux. does not imply direct (unauthorized) access to it at all (various methods of protection against unauthorized entry into the product’s environment are unambiguously used).
    I fully admit that I was not entirely correct in the presentation of thoughts, and therefore not understood.
    1. Outsider V.
      Outsider V. 31 July 2016 22: 33
      0
      I'm not sure that I caught the essence of your dispute, but still I’ll get it:

      P.1: I don’t know, as in the product under discussion, but the OS on microcontrollers (as a rule, this is a real-time OS, from uOS and FreeRTOS to VxWorks, maybe Linux) is quite a common thing.

      A.2: About the open source code: access rules (reading and further changes) are determined by the type of license (as a rule, it is required to put the sources in the public domain). What does the protection against penetration into the environment have to do with it - I did not catch it.
  27. MrCollins
    MrCollins 30 July 2016 16: 02
    0
    Electronics is the future.