Titan XMC Family

 

Galleon’s Titan family of XMC modules inlcude 40 Gigabit Ethernet, 10 Gigabit Ethernet, Gigabit Ethernet, FPGA Processing boards and High Speed Serial communication.

  

Galleon offers a range of XMC cards for 40Gb, 10Gb and Gigabit Ethernet, high performance I/O and FPGA processing in rugged environments. The boards are available in rugged air cooled and conduction cooled designs suitable for VPX, VME and cPCI Single Board Computers as well as non-rugged PCI Express card edge systems for lab use.

 

The Titan Quad Channel Optical 10 Gigabit Ethernet XMC offers the latest in 10Gb Ethernet performance for demanding applications such as multi-channel HD video, high bandwidth Ethernet backbones, Flight Test Instrumentation, etc. Based on the Intel XL710 (Forteville) 40Gb Ethernet controller, the Titan Quad 10Gb Ethernet XMC supports IEEE 1588 Precision Time Protocol (PTP), making it suitable for time critical applications such as flight test, real time server applications, data recorders, etc.

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The Titan Quad Channel Optical Gigabit Ethernet XMC offers high performance Ethernet for a wide range of applications. Based on the high performance Intel i350 quad port Gigabit Ethernet controller, the Titan Quad Gigabit Ethernet XMC supports IEEE 1588 Precision Time Protocol (PTP), making it suitable for time critical applications such as flight test, real time server applications, data recorders, etc.

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The Titan Serial FPDP XMC is a quad channel VITA 17.1-2003 sFPDP receive and transmit engine for high performance image processing, SIGINT/COMINT, radar processing, software defined radio, sensor data capture, etc. The Serial FPDP XMC has a low power Xilinx Virtex 6 LX75T FPGA, supporting up to four sFPDP links at speeds of 1.0625, 2.125, 2.5, 3.125 and 4.25Gbaud.

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The Titan FPGA processor XMC is a flexible platform for developing specialised IP for high performance parallel processing, such as image processing, SIGINT/COMINT, radar processing, software defined radio, etc.

The XMC supports Xilinx Virtex 6 FPGAs including LX75T and LX240T devices. A x8 PCI Express host interface provides a high bandwidth data path to the CPU while up to four optical transceivers may be connected to the GTX high speed serial I/O supporting up to 4.25Gbaud link speeds for sensor interface connection. Further I/O include 16 general purpose LVCMOS (3.3V) signals on XMC P16 and 4 LVCMOS (3.3V) signals on U.FL-R mini-coax connectors near the front panel.

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