TEK Micro introduces FPGA-based VITA 41 VXS single-board computer products

TEK Microsystems Inc. in Chelmsford, Mass., is introducing two VITA 41 VXS single-board computer products–the Orion-V5 and the Triton-V5.

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TEK Microsystems Inc. in Chelmsford, Mass., is introducing two VITA 41 VXS single-board computer products–the Orion-V5 and the Triton-V5. Both computer board products take advantage of 4 GHz DAC devices. These ANSI/VITA 41 (VME/VXS) compliant 6U high-speed digitizer boards combine high-density field-programmable gate array (FPGA) processing for wide-band signal generation. The Orion-V5 VXS has two 12-bit digital-to-analog converter (DAC) channels, each operating as fast as 3 gigasamples per second (gsps), with one 10-bit, 2.2 gsps analog-to-digital converter (ADC) channel with one 12-bit, 3.0 gsps DAC channel. The Triton-V5 uses one 10-bit 2.2 gsps ADC channel co-located with one 12-bit DAC performing as fast as 3 gsps combined with three Xilinx Virtex-5 FPGAs. Like the Orion-V5, the Triton-V5 is based on the TEK Micro QuiXilica-V5 VXS carrier board and delivers as many as 2,336 DSP slices with 1.3 TeraMAC/s of signal processing power. The Triton-V5 is for jamming and radar decoy applications. For more information, visit TEK Microsystems online at www.tekmicro.com.

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