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Putting VPX and OpenVPX
to Work Handbook
Recording Systems Handbook
High-Speed Switched Serial
Fabrics Improve System Design
Software Defined Radio
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Software Radio Handbook
Critical Techniques for High
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Development Tactics and Techniques for Small Form Factor (SFF) RF Signal Recordersby Chris Tojeira, Recording Systems Director
While real-time recording of a gigahertz or more of RF bandwidth is commonly available in 19" rack-mountable systems, shrinking this capability into a form factor suitable for UAVs, aircraft pods, or other confined spaces has proven challenging for the industry.
Learn about the engineering considerations and design techniques used to develop a small form factor (SFF) rugged recorder that can handle the extremely high data rates associated with very wide bandwidth RF signal recording.
200 MS/sec RF/IF Extreme 1/2 ATR Recorder
8-Channel A/D & D/A Zynq UltraScale+ RFSoC Processor
1-Slot 3U VPX Development Chassis for Quartz Products
1-Ch. 6.4 GHz or 2-Ch. 3.2 GHz A/D, 2-Ch 6.4 GHz D/A Kintex UltraScale
3.6 GS/sec Ultra Wideband RF/IF Extreme 1/2 ATR Recorder
8 Channel A/D & D/A Zynq UltraScale+ RFSoC Processor
2-Ch 500 MHz A/D with DDC & 2-Ch 800 MHz D/A with DUC, Kintex UltraScale
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