Digital receivers

  • 20-Jan-2009 03:48 EST
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Mercury Computer Systems' Echotek Series high-performance Virtex-5-based digital receivers feature advanced A/­D and D/A technology, enabling high-speed/high-resolution data conversion while preserving the quality of the original signal. The DCM-V5-XMC device implements either a Virtex-5 SX95T or LX155T field programmable gate array, which can be programmed by the end user for customer-specific applications. Each FPGA is accompanied by both DDR-II-SDRAM and QDR-II-SRAM memory chips; the memory is available for buffering input data streams and for supporting computationally intense applications. Multiboard coherency is provided, making the system especially suited for beam forming and direction finding, as required by many radar, signals intelligence, electronics intelligence, and communications applications.

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