Abaco has an extensive track record in helping our customers turn sensor-acquired data into actionable information in the shortest time and at the lowest bandwidth in a broad range of digital and analog applications.
Take advantage of FPGA cards built on open standards and with a high degree of configurability in order to address a wide range of applications - without the expense and extensive development time of custom in-house developments.
FMCs bring modularity to high performance I/O - whether you need high bandwidth ADCs and DACs for radar applications, Gigabit Ethernet for digital communications, or clock and trigger distribution for multi-board synchronization.
Utilize our Board Support Packages to get your hardware implementation underway as quickly as possible. The BSP gives you the control, flexibility and power to develop solutions for your most demanding digital signal processing applications.
Build an electronic warfare solution from the largest FMC portfolio on the market and leading edge DSP boards that are modular, minimize latency and come with built in security features—all built on open standards.
Head on over to our support pages, where you’ll find key contacts, how to obtain documentation, information on warranty and repairs, contract samples, details of our Product Lifecycle Management and Configuration Management programs – and much more.
The pressure to deliver leading edge electronic warfare solutions in the shortest possible time has never been greater. Increasingly, that means COTS solutions – more readily available and at lower cost than in-house development. Here, we look at some options.
The RFAPI documentation describes the Abaco 4DSP API for programming products containing A/D converters and D/A converters. The first release of the API is only targeting the Abaco VP430 and might be extended to include Abaco FMC specific cards in the future.
This user manual describes the hardware and function of three products; VP868 is a Dual Ultrascale FPGA configuration, VP840 is a Single Ultrascale FPGA variant, and the VP869 is a Dual Ultrascale Plus FPGA build. All three are otherwise the same product and have a Zynq 7000 management FPGA/SoC.