MPMC-934x Wideband Microwave Receiver Rugged Quick Start Kit
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- VPX3-530 transceiver with Virtex-7 FPGA
- 4 x 2 Gsps 12-bit ADCs (or 2 x 4 Gsps)
- 2 x 5.6 Gsps 14-bit DACs
- DRS SI-9170/CC-1,2 Sparrow Tuner
- Input frequency: 70 MHz to 18.25 GHz
- ++IF out: 1 GHz, with 500 MHz bandwidth
- VPX3-1258 Intel i7 4th Gen Haswell SBC
- Lab or rugged 3U VPX chassis
- Signals Intelligence COMINT, ELINT
- Electronic warfare
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Reduce your program risk and speed your time to market with the MPMC-934x Wideband Microwave Receiver Quick Start Kit. This leading edge, flexible and rugged processing systems can be readily configured to meet the needs of any military or aerospace requirements, from benign laboratory to harsh avionics environments. The Wideband Microwave Receiver Quick Start Kit (QSK) integrates Curtiss-Wright Analog-to-Digital Converter (ADC), Field Programmable Gate Array (FPGA) processing and chassis hardware with a high performance VHF/UHF/SHF tuner from partner company DRS Technologies. Available in a rugged, flexible chassis, the Wideband Microwave Receiver QSK is a pre-integrated, ready to use solution for your development as a ruggedized, sealed unit for field testing environments.
This rugged chassis offers flexibility so you can configure features to meet your needs. You can use one or two DRS tuners, which are available in one or two channel versions, to support up to four RF channels. Since Meritec’s VPXplus cabling system is used for backplane I/O, you can easily tailor the I/O and/or add more boards to the system to meet your unique requirements.
Once your development is complete, Curtiss-Wright can produce a fully qualified system customized to your requirements. If you need customization of this system to your program requirements, click here to learn more about our system integration and program management services.
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