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Com/sftradcentral. As shown in Figure 46, this module is also available in a variety of form factors including PCI (Model 7642), 3U cPCI (Model 7342), 6U cPCI (Model 7240, or Model 7240D with twice the density of the other models). A clock/sync bus allows synchronization of local oscillator phase, frequency switching, decimating filter phase and data collection among multiple 7142s. One 40 Pentek, Inc. com Digital Receiver Handbook: Basics of Software Radio Systems RealTime 105 MHz R ecording System with W ideband R eceiver and FPGA PProcessing rocessing eal-Time Recording Wideband Receiver Model RTS 2501 Figure 47 The Pentek RTS 2501 in Figure 47 is one of several highly-scalable, real-time recording systems for acquiring, downconverting, processing, and recording wideband signals.
Up to 80 modules can be synchronized with the Model 9190 Clock and Sync Generator. Custom interfaces can be implemented by using the 64 user-defined FPGA I/O pins on the P4 connector. Four parallel outputs from the four receivers deliver data into the Virtex-II FPGA which can be either the XC2V1000 or XC2V3000. The outputs of the two A/D converters are also connected directly to the FPGA to The FPGA is fully supported with the GateFlow FPGA Design Kit and GateFlow FPGA IP Core Library. Software drivers support VxWorks, Windows and Linux processor board operating systems.
Com Digital Receiver Handbook: Basics of Software Radio Systems RealTime 215 MHz R ecording System with FPGA PProcessing rocessing eal-Time Recording Model RTS 2503 Figure 48 The Pentek RTS 2503 in Figure 48 extends the range of highly-scalable, real-time recording systems for acquiring, downconverting, processing, and recording wideband signals to 215 MHz sampling frequency, by utilizing the single-channel Model 6821 or the dual channel Model 6822, 215 MHz 12-bit A/D converters. These attach to the Model 4205 I/O Processor with two Pentek Model 6226 FPDP Adapter VIM-2 modules.
Digital Receiver Handbook: Basics of Software Radio by Rodger H. Hosking