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  • Technology Overview: VITA 41 (VXS)
    VXS Technology Overview VIEW. VER. O. OGY. Technology Overview: VITA 41 (VXS). Y TECHNOL. CUR. MER. INTRODUCTION. Backward compatibility to VME64 – By preserving the electri-. This Mercury Technology Overview is one in a series designed. cal and mechanical properties and locations of the VME64
  • VPX: VMEbus for the 21st Century (.pdf)
    a standard Eurocard board. erals feature higher speed interfaces. size: 3U (160 x 100 mm) or 6U (160 x 233.35 mm), a format used. Challenge. Typical Application Area. throughout the industry thus making e.g. the material needed. for cage assembly easy and cheap to obtain. VME and VME64. Massive bandwidth
  • Software Strategies for Leveraging VXS Technology (.pdf)
    capabilities. or can be cost reduced as less hardware is needed. 400. 200. It seems all but inevitable that VPX will be the architecture of. the future, given its extensive support for meshed fabrics and. 0. two-level maintenance infrastructure. However, its adoption into. VME. VME64. Race. StarFabric
  • VME Backplanes and Accessories: Making Life Easy for Designers
    (80 Mbytes/sec) to IEEE 1014-1987 and ANSI/VITA 1-1994 (VME64). Next, ANSI/VITA 1.1-1997, the VMEbus Extensions or VME64X increased the speeds 160Mbytes/sec bandwidth. For even higher performance, Arizona Digital in cooperation with Bustronic announced the VME320, boasting true 320 Mbytes/sec
  • Standards-Based Design & Electronic Packaging Solutions
    and PCB accessories. Some examples of standards-based bus architectures include AdvancedTCA, CompactPCI, CompactPCI Plus IO, VME, VME64 and VPX. In addition to mechanical, thermal management and power requirements, design engineers should first consider the required mounting configuration when