With flexibility to serve applications like 5G, RADAR, test & measurement and satellite communications, BittWare’s new RFX-8440 features the latest third-generation RFSoC UltraScale+ Zynq device from Xilinx.
4 Channel Analog In/Out
Tapping three decades of experience in designing sensor processing cards, BittWare’s analog front-end features variable gain in/out down to -40 dBm (input) and optimized for L Band. Other analog configurations available.
Do More in the Digital Domain
At the center of the new RFX-8440 is the latest generation single-chip RFSoC from Xilinx, the Zynq ZU43. This device is designed to bring together multi-channel data conversion and processing on a single chip.
RFX-8440 PCIe card, shown in dual-width passive configuration. Dual-width active and single-width passive options are available. Card is designed to work in a host system or standalone.
With features like variable gain down to -40 dBm (input), we’ve designed the critical analog circuitry to match the performance needs for a clean signal to/from the RFSoC’s 14-bit interfaces. Our heritage in high-performance analog PCB design spans three decades as a core strength for BittWare.
At the heart of RFX-8440 is the Zynq ZU43 RFSoC: a powerful single-chip adaptable radio platform providing up to 6 GHz of direct RF sampling. With a multi-element processing system: FPGA, real-time dual-core ARM and a second quad-core ARM, this RFSoC has what it takes to acquire, process and act on RF signals.
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Getting digital data to/from the RFSoC is easy with the flexibility of an OCuLink 8× 25 Gb/s interface! Connect to NVMe storage (perhaps using our Data Recorder IP), other BittWare FPGA cards for further processing, a CPU host, or let us design a custom interface card for your need.
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