NOT FOR NEW DESIGNS
SMT338-VP provide a ‘Base’ Module for a range of applications and functions. The addition of a Virtex-II Pro FPGA will enable the Module to be running as a ‘Stand-Alone’ Module as the Virtex II Pro has a built-in PowerPC controller and direct access to 1Gbit of DDR SDRAM. This will provide storage for the majority of applications. The addition of a 16-bit microcontroller enable the FPGA to be re-programmed on the fly and it also monitors all the power-lines and keeping the track of the temperature of the SMT338-VP.
The Virtex II Pro has more than 500 I/O pins and some of these are connected to one the two 60-way SHB connector for normal LV-TTL interface and the 3x 20-way Sundance LVDS Bus (SLB) connector has 36 pairs of Low Voltage Differential Signals that can be interfaced over a long distance to some external control equipment. Sundance uses this concept for the SMT390 210MSPS ADC Module and the SMT391 1GHz ADC Module.
- Virtex II Pro XC2VP20-5 FPGA in a FF896 package
- 20880 logic cells
- One PowerPC Core 8x RSL (Rocket Serial Link) interfaces @ 2.5GHz per link
- 2x SHB (120 I/O pins) connectors
- Compatible with a wide range of Sundance SHB modules.
- 2x 8-bit ComPorts for configurations
- 1x Sundance LVDS Bus (SLB) connector (60-way differential Samtec SQH)
- Can be used for custom developments
- TIM standard compatible.
- 12 months warranty
- Weight Approx. 58g
The SMT338-VP is a ‘Empty Module’, as the Virtex II Pro is totally un-committed and any Sundance, Xilinx or similar IP-Core can be used for either Digital Camera control, data-routing, pre-/post-processing.
The XC2VP20 Xilinx FPGA has approx. 1 million gates and Sundance uses approx. half a million for controlling the converters and rest could be used by OEM customers for doing pre-processing on the data or for other custom controls. The SMT338-VP has more than 120 free I/O pins for either ‘InterModule’ communications or for custom applications/use. The Rocket Serial Links provide the ultimate in fast ‘InterModule’ communications, each RSL being a hard-core inside the Xilinx FPGA and running at speed up to 2.5Gbites/sec.
The Virtex VP20 also contains a IBM PowerPC Core, that is 100% un-committed and not used by any of Sundance’s IP-Coress338-vp