VPX3-1703 3U VPX SBC with NXP LS1043A Arm Processor
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- White Paper: A New Era for Embedded Computing: Why Arm Processors Are Ideal for Defense, Aerospace, and Rugged Embedded Applications
- White Paper: Is Arm the Future for Airborne Platforms in Military and Aerospace?
- 10/08/18 - Curtiss-Wright and Green Hills Software Collaborate to Bring INTEGRITY-178 tuMP Safety-Certifiable RTOS to Industry's First Arm-based 3U VPX SBC
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- NXP LS1043A Arm A53 quad-core 64-bit SOC up to 1.6 GHz
- Up to 8 GB DDR4 memory
- x4 PCIe Gen2 XMC site
- Curtiss-Wright’s U-Boot, VxWorks 7, and Linux BSPs
- NXP Secure BOOT
- Mission computer applications
- ISR applications
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Curtiss-Wright’s VPX3-1703 is the latest OpenVPX™-compliant 3U processor that combines the high performance of the NXP® Layerscape® LS1043A Arm® quad-core A53 processor with advanced I/O capabilities. Designed for space-constrained applications, the VPX3-1703 represents the latest step in the evolution of low-powered, rugged Arm-based commercial off-the-shelf (COTS) SBCs. And, for programs with DO-254 requirements, a safety-certifiable variant (the V3-1703) is available with a complete DAL A artifacts package.
The challenge of high-density computing is to pack the greatest functionality into the smallest standard form factor, with the lowest power possible while retaining maximum flexibility. In conjunction with its processing power, the VPX3-1703 meets this challenge by offering an impressive complement of I/O capability in order to satisfy the most demanding application needs with a low power footprint.
For applications requiring information assurance, the VPX3-1703 supports NXP’s Secure Boot and trust capabilities.
The VPX3-1703’s integral high speed backplane and XMC connectivity allow for multi-GB/s data flows from board to board through the backplane interface and from the backplane to XMC site supporting the acquisition, processing, and distribution of sensor data (such as video, radar, and sonar data). A rich I/O complement includes two Gigabit Ethernet (GbE) ports, four serial channels, up to four output LVTTL discrete digital IO (DIO), up to four input 5V tolerant LVTTL discrete DIO, Universal Serial Bus (USB) 2.0 or 3.0 ports (contact Curtiss-Wright for USB 3.0 support), and an XMC site with 64-bits of I/O mapped to the backplane.
The VPX3-1703 is supported by Curtiss-Wright’s U-Boot, VxWorks®, and Linux® Board Support Package (BSP) and Driver Suites.
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