Abaco introduces Embedded Computing System for sensor processing in Electronic Warfare

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Soldiers with the 2d Cavalry Regiment train on the VMAX and VROD Dismounted Electronic Support/ Attack system at Grafenwoehr Training Area, Germany, March 13-17, 2017. (U.S. Army Photo)
Abaco Systems introduced the SRS6000 multi-channel synchronous RF and microwave receiver system for Embedded Computing sensor processing applications that occurs at

high-density channel to be applicable at electronic warfare (EW) and signals intelligence (SIGINT) where it includes multiple-input-multiple-output (MIMO) radar, multi-channel listening and forecasting, detection of direction and location.

This SRS6000 uses the technology field-programmable gate arrays (FPGAs) for development progress and to identify the solution quickly by estimating the need for development which is a time-consuming process and eventually very expensive.

Here SRS6000 out of the box attains the energy to synchronize nearly 321 GBPS A/D converter channels with a Picosecond jitter. This also can be measured with the potential factor to derive as many as eight numbers of sensor systems for 256 synchronized channels existing in most demanding applications.

Peter Thompson, Vice president of product management at Abaco Systems said that SRS6000 is featured with auto-calibration capability to adjust calibration routine automatically with respect to changes in cabling or setup in the migration process that is to be rugged in 3U VPX system in straightforward manner where the RF apertures is significantly driving the requirement for tight synchronization. SRS6000 is powered up by two Intel 2.2 GHz Xeon E5 processors and five Xilinx Ultra scale FPGAs that increases the speed and computation processing for intensive radar at the time of Electronic Warfare.