Mouser Electronics signs global distribution agreement with ISI 

Signal processing and data acquisition company, Interconnect Systems International (ISI) has signed a global distribution agreement with Mouser Electronics.

ISI is a Molex company and says that its hardware, software and FPGA IP design teams provide innovative products that enable faster, more intelligent systems.

Mouser now offers ISI PCI Express XMC modules, including the XU-AWG, which features two eight-lane, high-speed serial links that support PCIe Gen 3. The XU-AWG XMC card boasts two 16-bit DACs by Analog Devices (AD9162) with standard operation at a 5Gsample per second update rate. The module supports 1x to 24x interpolation with sub-nanosecond channel-to-channel synchronisation alignment. Inputs to support external clocking and triggering are provided for synchronisation across multiple modules for scalable RF channel count. A Xilinx Kintex Ultrascale XCKU060 FPGA with 4Gbyte of DDR4 RAM supports the DSP core for demanding applications such as radar and wireless IF generation.

Mouser also offers the XA-160M PCI Express XMC module for high-speed stimulus-response, ultrasound, and servo-control applications. The module features two 160Msamples per second, 16-bit ADC inputs and two 615Msamples per second, 16-bit DAC outputs. The PCIe interface features a flexible and expandable data packet system with data rates up to 1600Mbyte per second. An array of internal and external clocking and triggering modes ensure multi-module scalability, said Mouser. A Xilinx Artix-7 FPGA supported by 256Mx16 memory provides data acquisition control, signal processing, buffering, and system interface functions. The XA-160M logic can be fully customised via the FrameWork Logic toolset, using VHDL and Simulink platforms.

The ISI PCIe XMC x8 lane adapter allows a single-width XMC module to be used in a PCI Express slot. The XMC module is compatible with VITA 42.3 and supports up to eight PCI Express lanes. The adapter is transparent to PCI Express, with all signals from the PCI Express host bus connected directly to the XMC module.

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