FMC Hooks Up Directly With FPGA

Aug. 16, 2011
The FMC-518 four-channel, 500-Msample/s 14-bit analog input card exploits Intersil’s ISLA214P50 ADC and enables I/O devices to directly couple with a host FPGA, enabling maximum throughput and the synchronization of multiple channels and boards.

The FMC-518 four-channel, 500-Msample/s 14-bit analog input card exploits Intersil’s ISLA214P50 ADC and enables I/O devices to directly couple with a host FPGA, enabling maximum throughput and the synchronization of multiple channels and boards. Other module features include a programmable sample clock generator, an external reference input, 50Ω MMCX-type front panel connectors, single-ended analog inputs, and both air- and conduction-cooled versions. Additionally, support for the FMC-518 is via CWCEC’s FusionXF/HDL development kit. For more details, call Jerri-Lynne Charbonneau at Curtiss-Wright Controls Embedded Computing, (613) 254-5112 or [email protected].

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