Gigabit Ethernet data recorder introduced by Curtiss-Wright for SIGINT, radar, and sonar

DAYTON, Ohio, 3 Nov. 2009. Curtiss-Wright Controls Electronic Systems in Dayton, Ohio, is introducing the Vortex SDRxE fixed-featured off-the-shelf multi-channel Gigabit Ethernet (GbE) streaming data recorder system for sensor-to-processor streaming data applications in demanding environments.

Nov 3rd, 2009

DAYTON, Ohio, 3 Nov. 2009. Curtiss-Wright Controls Electronic Systems in Dayton, Ohio, is introducing the Vortex SDRxE fixed-featured off-the-shelf multi-channel Gigabit Ethernet (GbE) streaming data recorder system for sensor-to-processor streaming data applications in demanding environments.

The rackmount chassis Vortex SDRxE data recorder, which combines a 3U controller with a scalable storage subsystem can record as many as four channels of GbE data at 125 megabytes per second per channel for instrumentation recording, mission recording, SIGINT, and ELINT recording applications.

The Vortex SDRxE enables high-volume, continuous streaming recording of GbE data. Other Vortex SDR products support the recording of 10 Gigabit Ethernet (10GbE) and Serial FPDP (sFPDP) protocols at line rates, without interruption, from sensors such as radar systems, sonar, forward-looking infrared, RF tuners, MRI, and cameras.

Its flexible storage design enables system integrators to add one or more Vortex SBOD or RAID storage systems as needed for their application's required recording duration. Storage options include a 3U SBOD with 16 fibre Channel (FC) disks, the compact 2U RAID that houses 12 SATA or SAS disks, and the 4U RAID that supports up to 48 SATA or SAS disks. For extreme applications requiring rugged storage, the Vortex SANbric system supports rotating FC disks.

for more information contact Curtiss-Wright online at www.cwcelectronicsystems.com.

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