SCFE3821 3U OpenVPX FPGA Board

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Virtex and Zynq Ultrascale+ FPGA processing power in an 3U form factor

The EnsembleSeries™ SCFE3821 is a single-slot, OpenVPX™ FPGA processing module designed for high performance and agile system integration. By incorporating both Virtex® and Zynq® Ultrascale+™ FPGA processing power in an 3U open architecture form factor, advanced performance is achieved by incorporating and designing the processing subsystem directly into the data path. Increased I/O support is gained by utilizing a custom mezzanine site for versatile, unique applications. With multiple cooling options available, the SCFE3821 is ideal for SWaP-focused applications that require high-performance operation in harsh, diverse environments. 

Features:

  • Zynq® UltraScale+™ FPGA processing power
  • Processing subsystem in data path for maximum performance
  • OpenVPX™ architecture for easy integration

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