Annapolis Micro Systems, a leading FPGA board and systems supplier, is now integrating SV Microwave’s SMPM VITA 67.3 Connectors in multiple high-performance COTS boards, for maximum RF signal density and speed to the VPX backplane.
The SV Microwave RF connectors are a dense and rugged high-speed coax solution that is aligned with the SOSA™ technical standard. They are available in 11- and 14-port modules that accept up to Ø.086” coaxial cable, with SMPM minimum pitch of .228”.
The blind mate VPX backplane connectors are available on the latest versions of these boards:
These boards are shipping now.
“SV Microwave’s range of VITA 67.X products offers point-to-point RF connectivity from payload cards to chassis,” said Hardik Parikh, SV Microwave Business Development Manager. “To be selected as the VITA 67.3 connector supplier for such high-performing boards is very exciting for us and a strong validation of our connector products.”
“The SV Microwave connectors give us a combination of superior performance, high reliability, and VITA and SOSA standardization,” said Noah Donaldson, Annapolis Micro Systems Chief Technology Officer. “This state-of-the-art connectivity allows us to utilize the full performance capability of our new 100GbE products.”
Annapolis’ growing Wild100 EcoSystem™ is an interoperable portfolio of rugged high-performance 100GbE COTS boards and systems. Notable Wild100 products include:
- Baseboard (6U): WILDSTAR 6XB2 6U OpenVPX FPGA Processor (WB6XB2)
- Baseboard (3U): WILDSTAR 3XBM 3U OpenVPX FPGA Processor (WB3XBM)
- Storage (6U): WILDSTAR 6SN0 6U OpenVPX Storage (WB6SN0)
- Storage (3U): WILDSTAR 3SN0 3U OpenVPX Storage (WB3SN0)
- Clock: WILDSTAR Radial Clock Distribution Board (WP6C20)
- Chassis: Wild100 16-Slot Beamformer 6U OpenVPX Chassis (WC6C40)
Annapolis high-performance products are designed for advanced HPC, ISR, and multi-function EW applications, including phased array radar, cybersecurity network processing, DRFM, beamforming, sensor processing, wireless communication, and radar signal processing.