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A DESIGN FOR A 10.4 GIGABIT/SECOND SOLID-STATE DATA RECORDER
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A need has been identified in the Test and Evaluation (T&E) and tactical aircraft communities for a ruggedized high-speed instrumentation data recorder to complement the ever-increasing number of high frame-rate digital cameras and sensors. High-speed digital camera manufacturers are entering this market in order to provide adequate recording capability for their own cameras. This paper discusses a Solid-State Data Recorder (SSDR) for use in Imaging and High-Speed Sensor Data Aquisition applications. The SSDR is capable of a 10.4 Gb/sec sustained, 16Gb/sec burst, input data rate via a proprietary 32-channel-by-10-bit generic high-speed parallel interface, a massively-parallel 256-bit bus architecture, and unique memory packaging design. A 32-bit PCIbus control/archive and dedicated DCRsi™ interface are also employed, allowing data archiving to standard high-speed interfaces (SCSI, Fiber-Channel, USB, etc.) and DCRsi™-compatible tape recorders.
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