serial RapidIO and Race++ I/O
The EnsembleSeries™ IOM-141 is a XMC multi-mode I/O mezzanine with software-defined serial RapidIO / Race++ interfaces.
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- Full-duplex 247 MB/s peak I/O per channel
- Fiber connection distances up to 150 meters
- Supports all four front-panel data port (FPDP) data modes
- Two DMA engines per channel (send and receive)
- Ideal for streaming data input
- Air, Air Flow-By and conduction cooled
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- VPX-REDI and VITA 65 compliant
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