No rudram 2 and rudram 3 exist sNo idea. The whole Rudra project is cloaked in more then enough secrecy. I know only about one Rudra project.
Not sure about whether its 1, 2 or 3.
A tedious job , don't have the heart to do it . Others can try , most pics are already available. Later if I have the motivation I will do it.Excellent could you please do a same kind of collage for existing and upcoming radar systems, small to very long range to space based stuffs ??
First being developed by BEL and named as industrial PC. Seems BOSS is getting standardized now.View attachment 60300
L&T come up with a state-of-the-art system – the Rapid Deployed Communication System - for establishing communication during national disasters and in disturbed areas.
Rapid Deployed Communication System: offers a one-of-its-kind Rapid Deployed Communication System (RDCS) suitable for Disaster Management and Homeland Security requirements. This open-protocol based system can seamlessly connect to legacy as well as advanced communication devices. A variant of RDCS, named INCIS-FLY Away Kit is in-service with the Indian Navy. This is used during joint operations and exercises with friendly countries by the Indian Navy.
180 nm this is baba hazam jamane ki technologyView attachment 60307
IIT Madras Develops and Boots up ‘MOUSHIK’ Microprocessor for IoT Devices.
This Microprocessor chip was completely designed, fabricated and booted up in India, demonstrating an ‘Atma Nirbhar’ ecosystem in Digital Design Productization.
MOUSHIK is a processor cum ‘system on chip’ that can cater to the rapidly-growing IoT devices, an integral part of Smart Cities of a Digital India.
‘MOUSHIK’ was conceptualized, designed and developed at the Pratap Subrahmanyam Centre for Digital Intelligence and Secure Hardware Architecture (PS-CDISHA) of the RISE Group, Department of Computer Science and Engineering, IIT Madras.
The impact of the completely-indigenous development process is the showcasing of an Indian ecosystem for designing, developing and fabricating end-to-end systems within the country, leading to self-sufficiency. The Project is funded by the Ministry of Electronics and Information Technology, Government of India.
Elaborating about the processes behind ‘MOUSHIK,’ Prof. Kamakoti Veezhinathan, Reconfigurable Intelligent Systems Engineering (RISE) Group, Department of Computer Science and Engineering, IIT Madras, said, “There are three steps involved in the making of a microprocessor, namely Design, Fabrication and Post-Silicon Boot-up. All three processes for MOUSHIK were undertaken in India, demonstrating an ‘Atma Nirbhar’ ecosystem in Digital Design Productization.”
Further, Prof. Kamakoti said, “The Design of the Microprocessor, Motherboard Printed Circuit Board Design, Assembly and Post-Silicon Boot-up were done at IIT Madras. The foundry-specific backend design and fabrication was undertaken at Semi-Conductor Laboratory of Indian Space Research Organization (ISRO) in Chandigarh and manufacturing of this motherboard was done at Bengaluru. Shakthi MOUSHIK SOC will constitute the heart of an indigenously-developed motherboard called ‘Ardonyx 1.0.’”
MOUSHIK is an Indigenous RISC-V Microprocessor and is the third chip of the SHAKTI family, all of which were conceptualized and developed by this Centre and were first time ‘silicon successes.’
The Field Applications of ‘MOUSHIK’ include
1. Smart cards including Credit cards, ID Cards, Debit cards, Travel Cards for Metros and Driving Licenses
2. Electronic Voting Machines (EVMs)
3. Office Management Systems including Attendance, surveillance cameras and safe locks
4. Personalized Health Management Systems
5. Consumer Electronics including but not restricted to Washing Machines and Water pump monitoring systems
Prof. Kamakoti enumerated the benefits to India from such indigenously-developed Microprocessors:
I think we should look it through another perspective, as the article suggests it's a demonstrator but idea is to use it for EVMs,etc. for that imo it's a decent replacement, though i didn't bother to look into the details, if they can manufacture it with enough capability to serve as a replacement in devices like evm,etc. I think we should appreciate it, that's how it starts....we should learn from there and move to the next step. Just my opinion.Yeah and then people wonder how come none of the IITs has managed to secure a place among the top 300 institutes in the world.
Yeah, I read that but come on!! 180??!! Seriously??!!I think we should look it through another perspective, as the article suggests it's a demonstrator but idea is to use it for EVMs,etc. for that imo it's a decent replacement, though i didn't bother to look into the details, if they can manufacture it with enough capability to serve as a replacement in devices like evm,etc. I think we should appreciate it, that's how it starts....we should learn from there and move to the next step. Just my opinion.
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