Serial FPDP data recorder for sensor processing in rugged systems introduced by Curtiss-Wright
DAYTON, Ohio, 22 Nov. 2009. Curtiss-Wright Controls Electronic Systems in Dayton, Ohio, is introducing the Vortex SDRxL off-the-shelf four-channel Serial FPDP (sFPDP) data recorder for sensor-to-processor streaming data applications in demanding environments.
Posted by John Keller
DAYTON, Ohio, 22 Nov. 2009. Curtiss-Wright Controls Electronic Systems in Dayton, Ohio, is introducing the Vortex SDRxL off-the-shelf four-channel Serial FPDP (sFPDP) data recorder for sensor processingstreaming data applications in demanding environments.
The rugged systems Vortex SDRxL combines a 3U rackmount controller with a scalable storage subsystem. This data logger can record and store as many as four channels of sFPDP data at rates as fast as 960 megabytes per second for instrumentation recording, mission recording, and SIGINT/ELINT recording, and storage applications.
The Vortex SDRxL is designed to enable high-volume, continuous streaming data recording from sensors such as radar, sonar, FLIR, RF tuners, MRI, and cameras. To simplify control is the Vortex Graphical User Interface (GUI). Time-Stamp For Playback of Critical Data Vortex SDRxL data recorders include the RapidReplay hardware system.
The device and one Vortex SBOD can support nearly four hours of recording time. For more information contact Curtiss-Wright online at www.cwcembedded.com.
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