Digital I/O

Digital I/O
Digital I/O
Digital I/O

Enable fast, reliable movement of information between components of your interconnected system

Our digital I/O cards include interfaces to LVDS, Camera Link, Serial interfaces, and customizable I/O. Built leveraging our decades of experience producing highly rugged COTS signal acquisition hardware, our PMC and XMC modules are designed to perform reliably in the toughest operating environments. Offerings include a range of rugged digital I/O board level and system solutions designed to operate in extreme temperature, shock, and vibration conditions.

SWaP-Optimized Computers

Product Image Product Name Analog/Digital Type Processor / FPGA Backplane Fabric Ruggedization Data Sheet
XF07-RLDRAM LVDS digital and analog I/O HSS I/O AMD Kintex 7 K325T or K410T 8 x RocketIO GTP or 4 x / 8 x PCIe release 2, 8x full duplex, 2x differential SelectIO, 2x single-ended I/O AC 0, 100 and CC 200
XF07-523 Digital LVDS AMD Kintex 7 8 x RocketIO FTP or 4 x / 8 x PCIe release 2 AC 0, 100 and CC 200
XF07-518 Analog 14b AMD Kintex 7 x4/x8 PCIe AC 0, 100 and CC 200
XF07-516 Analog 16b+ AMD Kintex 7 8x GTX or x4/x8 PCIe AC 0, 100 and CC 200

Reduce cost, risk, and time to market with COTS hardware

Our broad selection of open-architecture, commercial off-the-shelf (COTS) rugged embedded computing solutions process data in real time to support mission-critical functions. Field proven, highly engineered and manufactured to stringent quality standards, Curtiss-Wright’s COTS boards leverage our extensive experience and expertise to reduce your program cost, development time and overall risk.

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The Impact of Protecting I/O Interfaces on System Performance

A trusted computing system can ensure security at the potentially vulnerable entry points of system interfaces, yet this may compromise performance through design trade-offs that systems designers must recognize, understand, mitigate, and compensate for. Read the white paper to learn more about:

  • Performance and security trade-offs
  • Cost and time to market implications
  • I/O security protocols

Establishing a Trusted Supply Chain

This white paper looks at the best practices commercial off-the-shelf (COTS) hardware vendors must employ for establishing a trusted supply chain, including those regarding managing obsolescence, counterfeit parts mitigation, secure manufacturing, and design integrity. Read the paper to read about:

  • Characteristics of a secure supply chain
  • Conditions to use brokers
  • Counterfeit parts mitigation

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