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View: SystemFlow Software for Talon Recorders Video
Topics include: API, GUI, Signal Viewer and Analyzer, Libraries, and the NTFS system
View: The Latest Design Strategies using Xilinx Virtex-7 FPGA for Software Radio Video
Onyx® Xilinix Virtex-7 Products
Free Technical Resources:
Recording Systems Handbook
High-Speed Switched Serial
Fabrics Improve System Design
Software Defined Radio
Putting FPGAs to Work for
Software Radio Handbook
Critical Techniques for High
Speed A/D Converters in
Real-Time Systems Handbook
Designers of mil-aero software radio boards must ensure outstanding signal quality and reliability across a diverse range of harsh operating environments. Size constraints and high component density require clever solutions for thermal management, shielding, filtering, noise reduction, power dissipation, and mechanical layout. Designers deal with these challenges using strategies developed only by tackling each issue, often through trial and error.
An air-cooled XMC module uses a highly-effective nickel-plated copper band to pull heat from a large FPGA on the underside
of the board into an aluminum finned heat sink sitting in the airflow.
Serial FPDP Rugged Portable Recorder
- Designed to operate under conditions of shock and vibration
- Portable system measures 16.0" W x 6.9" D x 13.0" H
- Lightweight, just less than 30 pounds
- Shock-and-vibration-resistant SSDs perform well in vehicles, ships, and aircraft
- Up to eight I/O channels
- Supports Flow Control, CRC, and Copy/Loop mode as a receiver and transmitter
- Supports 1.0625, 2.125, 2.5, 3.125, and 4.25 GBaud link rates
- Copper, single-mode and multi-mode fiber interfaces available
- Real-time aggregate recording rates up to 3.2 GB/sec
Flexor Virtex-7 Processor and FMC Carrier - PCIe
The SystemFlow® Simulator demonstrates the Configuration, Record, Playback and Status screens to illustrate the intuitive controls and indicators of the recorder.
It also includes the SystemFlow Signal Viewer to display simulated live signals being digitized and recorded by a Pentek analog signal recorder.
The SystemFlow Signal Viewer includes a virtual oscilloscope and a virtual spectrum analyzer for signal monitoring in both the time and frequency domains.
Pentek's Signal Analyzer is a full-featured analysis tool that continuously displays live signals in both time and frequency domains. The signal analyzer is available with all SPARK development systems.
The Model 8267 is a fully-integrated, 3U OpenVPX development system for Pentek Cobalt®, Onyx® and Flexor® software radio, data acquisition and I/O boards. It was created to save engineers the time and expense associated with developing a system that ensures optimum performance of Pentek boards.
The Model 8266 resolves the typical hardware and software compatibility obstacles inherent in new PC development platforms. All hardware is installed in appropriate slots with proper cabling, power and cooling strategies, and optimized BIOS.
March 24, 2015
Pentek Introduces Dual Channel Adaptive IF Relay XMC for Commercial and Military Communications
- Model 52624 Adaptive Relay, Virtex-6 FPGA - 3U VPX
- Model 53624 Adaptive Relay, Virtex-6 FPGA - 3U VPX
- Model 56624 Adaptive Relay, Virtex-6 FPGA - AMC
- Model 57624 Adaptive Relay, Virtex-6 FPGA - 6U VPX
- Model 58624 Adaptive Relay, Virtex-6 FPGA - 6U VPX
- Model 71624 Adaptive Relay, Virtex-6 FPGA - XMC
- Model 72624 Adaptive Relay, Virtex-6 FPGA - 6U cPCI
- Model 73624 Adaptive Relay, Virtex-6 FPGA - 3U cPCI
- Model 74624 Adaptive Relay, Virtex-6 FPGA - 6U VPX
- Model 78624 Adaptive Relay Board, Virtex-6 FPGA - PCIe
February 23, 2015
Pentek Introduces Deployable PCIe FMC Carrier with Optical Interface
- Model 7070 Flexor Virtex-7 Processor and FMC Carrier - PCIe
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Apr 8, 2015
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Apr 21, 2015
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