- 12-slot 3U VPX 25 Gb high performance backplane aligned to SOSA Technical Standard 1.0
- Provides key slot profiles to CMOSS for system development and deployment
- Apertures support the latest high-speed RF and optical connectors (VITA 67.3 & VITA 66.4)
Elma Electronic’s latest 12-slot 3U OpenVPX backplane aligns with the Sensor Open Systems Architecture™ (SOSA) Technical Standard 1.0. It offers a mix of plug-in card (PIC) slots that enable complex, high speed signal processing and system development, supporting up to 100 Gigabit Ethernet.
The SOSA aligned backplane supports high-speed signals on all the data paths, incorporating leading-edge VITA 67.3 connectors and VITA 66.4 RF and optical I/O connectors. The backplane also features precision network timing (PNT), plus the integration of mixed payload modules including SBCs, switches, radial clocks and system management.
This backplane establishes the foundation for system development of high-performance mission-critical C5ISR and EW systems based on a common, modular architecture that lowers lifecycle costs, allows rapid technology insertion and enables complex, high speed signal processing.
The full featured CMOSS reference backplane offers a range of OpenVPX slot profiles aligned with the SOSA technical reference standard. The backplane provides a dual domain architecture, supporting MORA, ML2B and Victory Messaging. Ideal uses include MOSA aligned open standards-based military computing systems that require critical high speed data communications, necessary for sensor-based systems.
The backplane can handle the highest data rates possible with Expansion Plane links supporting PCIe Gen 4, and optionally 100GBASE-KR4, while Data & Control Planes links support 100GBASE-KR4 and 25GBASE-KR respectively. It features two switch slots, a PNT timing slot, nine payload slots and two VITA 62 PSU slots.
Elma’s products aligned to the SOSA Technical Standard 1.0 follow the DoD’s hardware and software convergence initiatives as laid out in the Modular Opens Systems Approach (MOSA) directive.
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