BittWare DSP board adheres to PXI standard

The new 3U CompactPCI SHARC-based Blacktip-CPCI single-board digital signal processor from BittWare Research Systems of Concord, N.H., complies with the mechanical, electrical, and software definitions of the PCI eXtensions for Instrumentation (PXI) standard, established by National Instruments of Austin, Texas. The Blacktip has a PXI interface, and adheres to National Instruments specifications that define instrumentation extensions to the CompactPCI specification. The board has a 40 MHz proces

Jun 1st, 1998

The new 3U CompactPCI SHARC-based Blacktip-CPCI single-board digital signal processor from BittWare Research Systems of Concord, N.H., complies with the mechanical, electrical, and software definitions of the PCI eXtensions for Instrumentation (PXI) standard, established by National Instruments of Austin, Texas. The Blacktip has a PXI interface, and adheres to National Instruments specifications that define instrumentation extensions to the CompactPCI specification. The board has a 40 MHz processor, 16 megabytes of external DRAM, and 2 megabytes on-board flash memory. BittWare engineers intend the board for inexpensive instrumentation, test, measurement, automation, and data acquisition. For more information, contact BittWare by phone at 603-226-0404, by fax at 603-226-6667, or on the World Wide Web at http://www.bittware.com/. - J.K.

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