Streaming data recorder

  • 10-Nov-2009 08:46 EST

The Vortex SDRxE from Curtiss-Wright Controls Electronic Systems is a multichannel Gigabit Ethernet (GbE) streaming data recorder for demanding sensor-to-processor streaming data applications. The device combines a 3U controller with a reliable, scalable storage subsystem. The rack-mountable data recorder can record up to four channels of GbE data at 125 MB/s per channel. It speeds the integration of high-speed data recording and data logging capabilities into subsystems designed for instrumentation recording, mission recording, and SIGINT/ELINT recording applications.

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