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Electronic Warfare (EW) not only plays a dominant role in worldwide defense capabilities, it also must evolve rapidly to counter new threats and take advantage of new technology. Each advance must take into account the ever-changing system design landscape.
Many critical sections of EW systems are now combined within single components like the RFSoC, including signal acquisition, processing, and generation functions. Increasing complexity in hardware, firmware, and software adds risk and costs, so effective, high-level development tools are becoming more important than ever before.
Xilinx's Zynq UltraScale+ RFSoC device combines all critical components of the EW sub-system, including eight RF ADCs and DACs, high-speed Ethernet and PCIe, DDR4 SDRAM interfaces, and multi-core ARM processors.
At the same time, emerging DoD initiatives like SOSA seek to standardize embedded system architectures for improved interoperability and upgradeability, while reducing costs and delivery times. This article discusses new requirements impacting EW system design, and new technologies to help systems integrators succeed.
Immediate Availability of Higher Bandwidth RFSoC Gen 3 Solutions
High-Speed Synchronizer and Distribution Board for Quartz RFSoC Products
6 GHz Ultra-Wideband Talon RF/IF Recorder Extends Recording Bandwidths
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