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OpenVPX backplane promises up to 10.3Gbaud signal integrity

16 May 2016  | Susan Nordyk

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Dawn VME Products has unleashed the VPX-5987 3U OpenVPX backplane that guarantees signal integrity at up to 10.3Gbaud, supporting both PCIe Gen3 and 10 GbE (XAUI) module configurations. According to the company, the seven-slot BKP3-CEN07 backplane has six payload slots and one switch slot, and offers various connector choices such as a high-vibration option, from vendors such as Tyco, EPT and Amphenol.

VPX-5987 3U OpenVPX backplane

Any standard power supply can be configured with the VPX-5987 using its terminal block and bus bars to facilitate the power connection. The backplane fits within standard 1101.10 3U VPX enclosures designed for development and deployment and operates over a temperature range of -40°C to 105°C.

The VPX-5987 OpenVPX backplane complies with the following released standards and December 2015 draft specifications: VITA 46.0, VITA 46.1, VITA 46.3, VITA 46.4, VITA 46.6, VITA 46.7, VITA 46.9, VITA 46.10, VITA 46.11, VITA 48.0(REDI), VITA 48.1(REDI Air Cooling), Vita 48.2(REDI Conduction Cooling) and VITA65.0 (OpenVPX) ready. VITA 68 backplane models are available on request for system simulation.

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