The FMC121 provides two 16-bit A/D channels up to 1Gsps and two 16-bit D/A channels up to 1.4 Gsps data rate with a 2.8 GSPS update rate. The sample clock can be supplied externally through a coaxial connection or supplied by an internal clock source (optionally locked to an external reference) for multi-channel synchronization. An external trigger input is available for timing synchronization. The card connects to an FPGA carrier card through a standard high-pin count (HPC) connector. Front panel I/O can optionally be populated with MMCX or SSMC coaxial connectors.
6-Slot 3U VPX Development System with an Integrated Single Board Computer
The VPX370 is a second generation VPX development platform that delivers, performance, flexibility, and scalability all in a compact 3U VPX form factor. The VPX370 is a 6-slot system developed specifically for aerospace and defense applications. The modular architecture enables users to add high performance FPGA and I/O to the base configuration addressing many application requirements such as digital RF memory (DRFM), synchronous multi-channel MIMO systems, software defined radio (SDR) and more. The VPX370 was designed with flexibility in mind: both in the ability to scale from lab to field and in application versatility.
4DSP LLC Delivers the world's 1st 6U OpenVPX COTS Board with both UltraScale and FMC+ technology. With the power of Xilinx UltraScale the VP868 is capable of meeting application demands today and tomorrow. The two VITA 57.4 Compliant FMC+ sites make the VP868 the world's most flexible and powerful COTS FPGA board. The VP868 features two Xilinx UltraScale FPGAs with a lower risk migration path to future UltraScale+ technology.
The FMC120 provides four 16-bit A/D channels up to 1Gsps and four 16-bit D/A channels up to 1.25Gsps data rate and up to 2.8Gsps sample rate with interpolation. The devices can function up to 1Gsps during simultaneously D/A and A/D operation due to a shared clock source. The design is based on Texas Instruments' ADS54J60 Analog-to-Digital converter and Texas Instruments' DAC39J84 Digital-to-Analog converter. The sample clock can be supplied externally through a coax connection or supplied by an internal clock source (optionally locked to an external reference).