WILDSTAR 7 for PCIe
Up to three Xilinx Virtex 7 FPGAs per board with VX690T or VX980T FPGAs, up to 4 GB of DDR3 DRAM for 25.6 GB/s of DRAM bandwidth and up to 128 MB of QDRII+ SRAM for 64 GB/s of SRAM bandwidth. Up to 2.9 million logic cells and 4.9 million multiplier bits per board.
These FPGA boards include 3 Xilinx Virtex 7 FPGAs with 64 High Speed Serial connections performing up to 13.1 Gbps. On each Compute Processing Element (CPE) FPGA there is four 72-bit QDRII+ SRAM interfaces clocked up to 500 MHz. The IO Processing Element (IOPE) FPGA has four 32-bit DDR3 DRAM ports clocked at up to 800 MHz.
PCIe boards connect to the host system via a Gen 3 PCI Express switch which provides a x16 interface to the host (up to 16 GB/s) and x8 Gen3 interfaces to each FPGA (up to 8 GB/s). There is also plenty of on-board inter-FPGA HSS connections for data movement.
If IO is required, Annapolis offers extraordinary density, bandwidth and analog conversion choices. Each PCIe card has 1 mezzanine IO sites which can support up to 2 WILDSTAR Mezzanine cards as well as a QSFP+ option (on WS7 and WS A5 board) that allows for 3 QSFP+ transceivers per slot. These options can be mix and matched to meet customer needs. Some configurations utilize a second slot (for example the QSFP+ option and WILDSTAR Mezzanine card used in a single IO Site).
There is also an optional IRIG-B module, which occupies it’s own slot and provides a connector to access LVDS FPGA signals as well as an SMA for the IRIG-B input.
To ensure safe and reliable processing, WILDSTAR 7 for PCIe boards come equipped with a proactive thermal management system. Sensors across the board monitor power and temperature, with automatic shutdown capability to prevent excessive heat buildup. WILDSTAR 7 for PCIe boards are built with a rugged, durable design.
One, Two or Three XILINX VIRTEX-7 FPGAS
- VX690T or VX980T
- Up to 4 GB of DDR3 DRAM for 25.6 GB/s of DRAM bandwidth
- Up to 128 MB of QDRII+ SRAM for 64 GB/s of SRAM bandwidth
- PCIe Gen3 8x Connections from each FPGA to on-board PCIe switch
Mechanical and Environmental
- Accepts Standard Annapolis WILDSTAR Mezzanine Cards, including a wide variety of WILDSTAR ADC and DAC Mezzanine Cards
- Integrated Air-Cooled Heat Sink available in Passive or Active configurations
- Heat Sink also serves as a Ruggedizing Board Stiffener
- Available in Extended Temperature Grades
- Auxiliary Power Connector
PCI Express Bus and Front Panel I/O
- 8x or 16x PCIe Gen3 bus to Host
- DMA support on PCIe Bus for 7 GB/s of bi-directional bandwidth
- Three optional Front Panel QSFP+ Transceivers running at up to 52.4 each Gbps for 19.5 GB/s of Full Duplex Bandwidth
- QSFP+ Protocol Agnostic connections support 10/40Gb Ethernet, SDR/DDR/QDR Infiniband, AnnapMicro protocol and user-designed protocols
- Full CoreFire Next™ Board Support Package for Fast and Easy Application Development
- 10/40Gb Ethernet and AnnapMicro Protocol Cores Included
- Open VHDL Model including Source Code for Hardware Interfaces and Chipscope Access
- Open VHDL IP Package for Communication Interfaces
- Drivers and APIs for Host Systems running Windows and Linux are included
- Diagnostic monitoring and configuration
- Current,Voltage and Temperature Monitoring Sensors
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