Spectra IP Core ORB - high-performance, low-latency solution for FPGA-GPP component integration
by PrismTech on Apr 18, 2011
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Various approaches have been developed for integrating FPGA and GPP application components in a Software Communications Architecture (SCA) radio. Most of these have been less than successful, ...
Various approaches have been developed for integrating FPGA and GPP application components in a Software Communications Architecture (SCA) radio. Most of these have been less than successful, primarily due to overhead, latency and/or maintainability issues. Spectra IP Core is a second-generation solution to FPGA-GPP component integration that provides a low-latency, standards-based CORBA protocol with excellent performance metrics and the robustness of a proven, deployed solution. Building on PrismTech’s ICO v1, Spectra IP Core is a second-generation COTS product. This webcast will introduce the Spectra IP Core architecture, its main functions and its performance benchmarks. Although FPGA ‘middleware’ is a new concept for many FPGA developers, the capabilities provided by Spectra IP Core not only provide valuable integration ‘hooks’, but also help support a highly-efficient, proven radio component that simplifies the integration of high-level software development with digital design and accelerates the development of SCA-compliant FPGA components for SCA radios. These slides will be of great interest and value to project managers, systems engineers and architects as well as software and digital engineers involved in designing, building and testing SCA-compliant SDRs.
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