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Free Technical Resources:
Putting VPX and OpenVPX
to Work Handbook
Recording Systems Handbook
High-Speed Switched Serial
Fabrics Improve System Design
Software Defined Radio
Putting FPGAs to Work for
Software Radio Handbook
Critical Techniques for High
Speed A/D Converters in
Real-Time Systems Handbook
Choosing the Right Mezzanine Module for Embedded Systemsby Rodger Hosking, Pentek, Inc.
Open architecture embedded systems for military/aerospace applications have always relied on mezzanine or daughter cards to provide flexibility and modularity because they are very effective in handling the large breadth of I/O functions required.
Thanks to widespread adoption of industry standards defining these mezzanine products, carrier boards are able to accept mezzanine boards from a wide range of vendors, each specializing in niche technologies and interfaces.
New Software Radio Modules with Texas Instruments ADC32RF45 A/D Converter
Pentek has recently added a new line to its popular family of Talon® signal recording and playback systems: the Sentinel™ Intelligent Signal Scanning rackmount recorder.
The first product in this series, Talon Model RTS 2620, is suitable for military, security, and government intelligence (SIGINT, COMINT and ELINT) applications. The Talon RTS 2620 is the first recorder to combine and exploit the power of a Pentek Talon recording system with a fully integrated signal scanner, RF tuner, and RF upconverter.
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