EnTegra Solutions Ltd

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We began in 1996 (Entegra Ltd), then became Entegra DSP Ltd and are now Entegra Solutions Ltd. We supply leading Data Acquisition units combined with FPGA's and processing offering the latest Adc's and Dac's for high data speed acquisition, and flexible deployable rugged solutions for industrial monitoring and control.

Our major supplier, since 1999, is Innovative Integration Inc who are based in California. Innovative Integration provide board-level hardware products that integrate the best analogue I/O and reconfigurable FPGAs to provide cost-effective solutions for challenging data acquisition and signal processing applications. We are distributors for their products in the UK.

Our second supplier, since 2016, is United Electronic Industries who are based in Boston. UEI provide rugged IO solutions for industrial monitoring and control, coupled with flexible software support for developing in C/C++, Matlab, LabVIEW, C#, Visual Basic, Java, EPICS, Agilent VEE, .NET etc

Kintex Ultrascale FPGA Products

The latest performance family of XMC cards from Innovative Integration are based on Xilinx Kintex Ultrascale FPGA's combined with Adcs, Dacs and DDR4 memory plus 8 lanes of Gen 3 PCIe:

  • XU-TX Dual 6 GSPS 16 bit Dacs, XCKU060 FPGA, PLL, 4GB DDR4 memory, 8 lane Gen 3 PCIe all on XMC
  • XU-RT Dual 2.5 GSPS 14 bit Adcs, dual 2.8 GSPS 16 bit Dacs, XCKU060 FPGA, PLL, 4GB DDR4, 8 lane Gen 3 PCIe all on XMC

All XMC boards come with software drivers for Windows/linux, 32 and 64 bit, C++ libraries, applets, utilities and example programs. The FPGA logic is available as source code for editing, or use the XMC board as a data acquisition device.

Kintex Ultrascale FPGA Products

Artix-7 FPGA DAQ Products

Innovative Integration have always had a family of medium speed, multichannel Data Acquisition boards. The old family in this range is based on the Spartan3 FPGA and is called the X3 range. This family is being redesigned around the low cost Artix-7 FPGA from Xilinx which allows use of the no-cost Vivado toolset. The boards is this range are:

  • XA-160M - Dual 160MSPS 16 bit Adc, dual 615MSPS 16 bit Dac, Artix-7A200.

All XMC boards come with software drivers for Windows/linux, 32 and 64 bit, C++ libraries, applets, utilities and example programs. The FPGA logic is available as source code for editing, or use the XMC board as a data acquisition device.

Artix-7 FPGA DAQ Products

UEI DAQ Chassis family

The UEI Chassis family includes standalone units (Cubes), half-racks, full 19 inch racks and thin 19 inch racks. Plus there is a MIL family for those requiring IP66 and military style MIL-38999 connectors.

 

UEI DAQ Chassis family

Analogue Input boards

UEI Have a wide range of Analogue Input and Output boards, plus Digital I/O boards for serial ports, ARINC, CAN, Synchro Resolvers, Counter Timers and Wireless. The boards are available for all the chassis types and come with drivers for remote and embedded control from C/C++, Matlab, LabVIEW, C#, .NET, Java etc.

Analogue Input boards

FMC-1000 1GSPS 14 bit AD9680 Adc, 16 bit Dac38J32, PLL on FMC

The FMC-1000 is a high speed digitizing and signal generation FMC I/O module featuring two, 1000 MSPS A/D channels and two 1000 MSPS D/A channels supported by sample clock and triggering features.

The FMC-1000 incorporates two AD9680, 14-bit 1000 MSPS A/Ds, plus a dual channel, 1000 MSPS update rate DAC38J82 DAC. Analog I/O may be either AC or DC coupled. Receiver IF frequencies of up to 1000 MHz are supported. The sample clock is from either an ultra-low- jitter PLL or external input. Multiple cards can be synchronized for sampling.

The FMC-1000 power consumption is 6W for typical operation. The module may be conduction cooled using VITA20 standard and a heat spreading plate. Ruggedization levels for wide-temperature operation from -40 to +85C operation and 0.1 g2/Hz vibration. Conformal coating is available.

Support logic in VHDL is provided for integration with FPGA carrier cards. Specific support for Innovative carrier cards includes integration with Framework Logic tools that support VHDL/Verilog and Matlab developers. The Matlab BSP supports real-time hardware-in-the-loop development using the graphical block diagram Simulink environment with Xilinx System Generator for the FMC integrated with the FPGA carrier card.

Software tools for Innovative carrier cards include host development include C++ libraries and drivers for Windows and Linux. Application examples demonstrating the module features are provided.

FMC-1000 1GSPS 14 bit AD9680 Adc, 16 bit Dac38J32, PLL on FMC

FMC-500 Data Acquisition module using AD9684 ADCs and 1230MSPS DACs on FMC

The FMC-500M is a high speed digitizing and signal generation FMC IO module featuring two 500MSPS A/D channels and two 500 MSPS D/A channels supported by sample clock and triggering features. FMC-500 may be used on ePC-K7, Cardsharp, mini-K7.

The FMC-500M features two 14-bit 500MSPS, either AC or DC-coupled, plus two 500MSPS update rate DACs. The DAC can be used as a single 1 GHz output channel. Analog IO is either AC or DC coupled. Receiver IF frequencies of up to 250 MHz are supported. The sample clock is from either a low- jitter dual loop PLL or external input. Multiple cards can be synchronized for sampling.

The FMC-500M power consumption is 6W for typical operation. The module may be conduction cooled using VITA20 standard and a heat spreading plate. Ruggedization levels for wide-temperature operation from -40 to +85C operation and 0.1 g2/Hz vibration. Conformal coating is available.

Support logic in VHDL is provided for integration with FPGA carrier cards. Specific support for Innovative carrier cards includes integration with Framework Logic tools that support VHDL/Verilog and Matlab developers. The Matlab BSP supports real-time hardware-in-the-loop development using the graphical block diagram Simulink environment with Xilinx System Generator for the FMC integrated with the FPGA carrier card.

Software tools for Innovative carrier cards include host development include C++ libraries and drivers for Windows, Linux and VxWorks. Application examples demonstrating the module features are provided.

FMC-500 Data Acquisition module using AD9684 ADCs and 1230MSPS DACs on FMC

FMC-310 Data Acquisition board with 310MSPS 16 bit AD9652 ADC's on FMC

The FMC-310 is a high speed digitizing and signal generation FMC IO module featuring four 310 MSPS A/D (AD9652) channels supported by sample clock and triggering features. FMC-310 may be used on ePC-K7, Cardsharp and mini-K7.

Analog IO may be either AC or DC coupled. Receiver IF frequencies of up to 155 MHz are supported. The sample clock is from either an ultra-low-jitter dual loop PLL or external input. Multiple cards can be synchronized for sampling.

The FMC-310 power consumption is 6W for typical operation. The module may be conduction cooled using VITA20 standard and a heat spreading plate. Ruggedization levels for wide-temperature operation from -40 to +85C operation and 0.1 g2/Hz vibration. Conformal coating is available.

Support logic in VHDL is provided for integration with FPGA carrier cards. Specific support for Innovative carrier cards includes integration with Framework Logic tools that support VHDL/Verilog and Matlab developers. The Matlab BSP supports real-time hardware-in-the-loop development using the graphical block diagram Simulink environment with Xilinx System Generator for the FMC integrated with the FPGA carrier card.

FMC-310 Data Acquisition board with 310MSPS 16 bit AD9652 ADC's on FMC

Cardsharp: SBC with Xilinx Zynq and FMC HPC Host Site

Cardsharp is a user-customisable, turnkey embedded instrument that includes two A9 CPU cores. Linux runs in core 0 to provide ethernet, USB and disk connectivity while core 1 runs real-time stand-alone applications. Cardsharp is compatible with Innovative’s wide assortment of ultimate-performance FMC modules. With its modular IO, scalable performance and easy to use CPU core architecture, the Cardsharp reduces time-to-market while providing the performance you need. Innovative have a full FMC board range that are supported on Cardsharp.

Distributed Data Acquisition – Put the Cardsharp at the data source and reduce system errors and complexity. Available IEEE 1588 network or GPS-synchronized timing, triggering and sample control is available for remote IO. Limitless expansion via multiple nodes.

Uniquely customisable – An HPC FMC site for IO, user- programmable FPGA for IO interfaces, onboard GbE and USB. Stand-alone, autonomous operation with precision-timed sampling on FMC data.

Optional SBC-Uno carrier exposes 10 Gb Ethernet port/40 Gbps QSFP for fast data streaming and two SATA3 links to connect to large capacity storage media. Continuous data streaming up to 1 GB/s via LAN or SATA devices, 4 GB/s to QSFP-compatible devices.

Rugged – Runs from flash in a compact, rugged footprint that is ready for embedded operation.

8-36V DC-Only Operation – Perfect for portable or automotive data loggers or waveform generators.

Cardsharp: SBC with Xilinx Zynq and FMC HPC Host Site

FMC-250 Data Acquisition board with ISLA216P25 250MSPS ADCs and 1200MSPS DACs on FMC

The FMC-250 is a high speed digitizing and signal generation FMC IO module featuring two 250SPS A/D channels and two 1200 MSPS D/A channels supported by sample clock and triggering features. FMC-250 is fully supported on Cardsharp, ePC-K7 and mini-K7.

The FMC-250 features two 16-bit 250 MSPS A/Ds, plus a dual channel, 1200 MSPS update rate DAC. Analog IO may be either AC or DC coupled. Receiver IF frequencies of up to 125 MHz are supported. The sample clock is from either an ultra-low-jitter PLL or external input. Multiple cards can be synchronized for sampling.

The FMC-250 power consumption is 6W for typical operation. The module may be conduction cooled using VITA20 standard and a heat spreading plate. Ruggedization levels for wide-temperature operation from -40 to +85C operation and 0.1 g2/Hz vibration. Conformal coating is available.

Support logic in VHDL is provided for integration with FPGA carrier cards. Specific support for Innovative carrier cards includes integration with Framework Logic tools that support VHDL/Verilog and Matlab developers. The Matlab BSP supports real-time hardware-in-the-loop development using the graphical block diagram Simulink environment with Xilinx System Generator for the FMC integrated with the FPGA carrier card.

Software tools for Innovative carrier cards include host development include C++ libraries and drivers for Windows and Linux. Application examples demonstrating the module features are provided.

FMC-250 Data Acquisition board with ISLA216P25 250MSPS ADCs and 1200MSPS DACs on FMC

Data Acquisition with FPGA - 2x1000MSPS 12-bit ADC & 14-bit DAC with Virtex6

The X6-1000M is an XMC IO module featuring two 12-bit 1000 MSPS A/D and two 16-bit 1000 MSPS DAC channels with a Virtex6 FPGA computing core and PCI Express host interface on a standard XMC module.

A Xilinx Virtex6 SX315T FPGA with 4096 MB DDR2 DRAM memory provide a very high performance DSP core for demanding applications such as emerging wireless standards. The close integration of the analogue IO, memory and host interface with the FPGA enables real-time signal processing at extremely high rates exceeding 2000 GMACs per second.

We have a range of adapters to use this board in a desktop PC, cPCI rack, with a Laptop, in VPX chassis or in an eInstrument.
 

Data Acquisition with FPGA - 2x1000MSPS 12-bit ADC & 14-bit DAC with Virtex6

UEI Deployment Modes

Six System Configurations:

UEI’s Cube and RACKtangle systems may be deployed in a wide variety of configurations. They will function as I/O slaves under control of a host PC, may be run as fully stand-alone data loggers or embedded controllers, or can be run as a hybrid, running applications locally, but taking direction from, or sharing data with a host PC on the network. The deployment mode must be chosen at time of order so that the appropriate firmware can be installed on the CPU board.

Some information is given below. To get the detailed information including diagrams, please register for UEI’s free catalogue PDF. The deployment modes are:

  • PowerDNA. A host is tethered to the UEI chassis using Ethernet for control & monitor
  • UEIPAC. User writes code in C++ that runs on the chassis. Can be connected to network or standalone
  • UEILogger. Logger program runs on chassis standalone.
  • UEISim. Chassis runs a Simulink model.
  • UEIModbus. Modbus via ethernet
  • UEI UA.The UEIOPC-UA deployment mode is an I/O chassis that runs as a standard OPC-Unified Architecture server as defined in IEC 62541. 

 

UEI Deployment Modes

XMCe to PXIe Adapter

The XMC PXIe Bus Adapter (PXI Express to XMC module) adapter allows a standard 75 x 150mm PCIe XMC module to be used in a PXI Express slot. The XMC module must be VITA 42.3-compatible and may support up to eight PCI Express lanes. The adapter is completely transparent to PCI Express. All PCIe bus signals from the PXI Express host bus are connected directly to the XMC module. The PXIe XMC adapter can be utilized with all Innovative XMC cards including our newest generation models which provide 5 GHz analog I/O and use the Kintex XCKU060/XCKU085 Ultrascale FPGA.

The XMC P16 connector is routed to QSFP connectors for high speed signals at speeds up to 6 GHz. The connectors provide a simple way to “patch-panel” communications links between cards.

The XMC JN4 connector routes differential matched-length pairs to a high-performance Samtec connector in the slot adjacent to the XMC module. Special support for trigger and timing inputs to Innovative XMC modules is provided through their front-panel SMA/SMMC connectors.

Conduction cooling using VITA20 standard, as well as an optional fan, provide cooling to the XMC module.

The XMC module mounts securely to the adapter using standoffs and with the end bracket. The bracket mates to standard PMC end brackets and supports an EMI gasket.

XMCe to PXIe Adapter

Data Acquisition with FPGA - 2x400MSPS ADC and 2x500MSPS DAC with Virtex6

The X6-400M is an XMC IO module featuring two 14-bit, 400 MSPS A/D and two 16-bit, 500 MSPS DAC channels with a Virtex6 FPGA computing core and PCI Express host interface on a standard XMC module.

A Xilinx Virtex6 SX315T FPGA with 4096 MB DDR2 DRAM memory provide a very high performance DSP core for demanding applications such as emerging wireless standards. The close integration of the analogue IO, memory and host interface with the FPGA enables real-time signal processing at extremely high rates exceeding 2000 GMACs per second.

We have a range of adapters to use this board in a desktop PC, cPCI rack, with a Laptop, in VPX chassis or in an eInstrument.

Data Acquisition with FPGA - 2x400MSPS ADC and 2x500MSPS DAC with Virtex6

Data Acquisition with FPGA - 12x10MSPS 16 bit ADCs with Spartan 3A DSP

The X3-2M is an XMC IO module featuring twelve simultaneously sampling 16-bit, 10 MSPS A/D channels designed for high speed instrumentation and analysis for neuro-physical, high speed motion analysis, and high speed data acquisition applications.

Flexible trigger methods include counted frames, software triggering and external triggering. The sample rate clock is either an external clock or on-board programmable PLL clock source. Data acquisition control, signal processing, buffering, and system interface functions are implemented in a Xilinx Spartan3A DSP FPGA, 1.8M gate device. Two 512Kx32 memory devices are used for data buffering and FPGA computing memory.

We have a range of adapters to use this board in a desktop PC, cPCI rack, with a Laptop, in VPX chassis or in an eInstrument.
 

Data Acquisition with FPGA - 12x10MSPS 16 bit ADCs with Spartan 3A DSP

Data Acquisition with FPGA - 8x10MSPS Adc with Spartan3A DSP - X3-10M

The X3-10M is an XMC IO module featuring eight simultaneously sampling 16-bit, 25 MSPS A/D channels designed for high speed instrumentation and analysis for neuro-physical, high speed motion analysis, and high speed data acquisition applications.

Flexible trigger methods include counted frames, software triggering and external triggering. The sample rate clock is either an external clock or on-board programmable PLL clock source. Data acquisition control, signal processing, buffering, and system interface functions are implemented in a Xilinx Spartan3A DSP FPGA, 1.8M gate device. Two 512Kx32 memory devices are used for data buffering and FPGA computing memory.

We have a range of adapters to use this board in a desktop PC, cPCI rack, with a Laptop, in VPX chassis or in an eInstrument.
 

Data Acquisition with FPGA - 8x10MSPS Adc with Spartan3A DSP - X3-10M

eInstrument PC - PC with dual XMCe sites & GPS

User-customisable, turnkey embedded instrumentation! A wide assortment of ultimate-performance XMC modules housed in a rugged enclosure mated to an ultra-miniature PC. Autonomous operation, running standard 32 or 64-bit Linux or Windows

  • Concurrent processing and communication via PCI Express-over-cable or Gb Ethernet.
  • Continuous data streaming up to 220MB/s via 10m cabled-PCIe LAN, 1Gb/s via Ethernet WAN or 250 MB/s to dual 200GB internal disks
  • Two SATA + two eSATA ports, 6 USB, VGA, cabled PCIe port, dual XMC sites (x8 and x4 lane)
  • 9-18V Input Power
eInstrument PC - PC with dual XMCe sites & GPS

Data Acquisition with FPGA - 4xAdc & 4xDac for Servo with Spartan3A DSP - X3-A4D4

The X3-A4D4 is an XMC IO module featuring four 16-bit, 4 MSPS A/D channels and four 16-bit, 50 MSPS DAC channels with FPGA computing core designed for servo controls, arbitrary waveform generation and stimulus response applications. Low latency SAR A/D and no-pipeline DACs support real-time servo control applications.

Flexible trigger methods include counted frames, software triggering and external triggering. The sample rate clock is either an external clock or on-board programmable PLL clock source.

We have a range of adapters to use this board in a desktop PC, cPCI rack, with a Laptop, in VPX chassis or in an eInstrument.
 

Data Acquisition with FPGA - 4xAdc & 4xDac for Servo with Spartan3A DSP - X3-A4D4

Data Acquisition with FPGA - 12xAdc & 12xDac for Servo with Spartan3A DSP - X3-Servo

The X3-Servo module features 12 simultaneously sampling A/D and DACs with an FPGA computing core. Low latency SAR A/D and fast-settling DACs support real-time servo control applications. The programmable input range and high input interface directly to many sensors, while the output is capable of driving many transducers. Front panel digital IO can be also be used as PWM or process controls.

Clock and trigger controls include support for consistent servo loop timing, counted frames, software triggering and external triggering. The sample rate clock is either an external clock or on-board programmable PLL clock source.

We have a range of adapters to use this board in a desktop PC, cPCI rack, with a Laptop, in VPX chassis or in an eInstrument.
 

Data Acquisition with FPGA - 12xAdc & 12xDac for Servo with Spartan3A DSP - X3-Servo

Data Acquisition with FPGA - 16x216ksps 24 bit Adcs with Spartan3 - X3-SD

The X3-SD is an XMC IO module featuring 16 simultaneously sampling, sigma delta A/D channels designed for vibration, acoustic and high dynamic range measurements.

A precision, low-jitter timebase or external clock is used for sample rate generation. Sample rates up to 216 kHz, with <10 Hz programmable resolution, are supported as well as standard audio rates. Flexible trigger methods include counted frames, software triggering and external triggering. Data acquisition control, signal processing, buffering, and system interface functions are implemented in a Xilinx Spartan3 FPGA, 1M gate device. Two 1Mx16 memory devices are used for data buffering and FPGA computing memory.

We have a range of adapters to use this board in a desktop PC, cPCI rack, with a Laptop, in VPX chassis or in an eInstrument.
 

Data Acquisition with FPGA - 16x216ksps 24 bit Adcs with Spartan3 - X3-SD

Data Acquisition with FPGA - 4x24/16 bit Adc with Spartan3

The X3-SDF is an XMC IO module featuring 4 simultaneously sampling, sigma delta A/D channels designed for vibration, acoustic and high dynamic range measurements. The A/D device has programmable output rates up to 24 bits @ 2.5 MSPS and 16- bits @ 20 MSPS using the programmable filter in the A/D.

A precision, low-jitter timebase or external clock is used for sample rate generation. Sample rates up to 20 MSPS, with <10 kHz programmable resolution, are supported as well as external clocking. Trigger methods include counted frames, software and external triggering.

We have a range of adapters to use this board in a desktop PC, cPCI rack, with a Laptop, in VPX chassis or in an eInstrument.
 

Data Acquisition with FPGA - 4x24/16 bit Adc with Spartan3

Data Acquisition with FPGA - 16xADC & 16xDAC board with Spartan 3A DSP

The X3-SD16 is an XMC IO module featuring sixteen 24-bit, 144 KHz ADC channels and sixteen 24-bit, 192 KHz DAC channels with FPGA computing core designed for servo controls, arbitrary waveform generation and stimulus-response applications. Very low-noise sigma-delta ADC and DACs support real-time vibration measurement, sonar and high-performance ultrasonic and audio applications.

Flexible trigger methods include N-point frames, software triggering and external triggering. The sample clock is either an external clock or on-board programmable PLL clock source. The PLL can lock to an external reference.

We have a range of adapters to use this board in a desktop PC, cPCI rack, with a Laptop, in VPX chassis or in an eInstrument.
 

Data Acquisition with FPGA - 16xADC & 16xDAC board with Spartan 3A DSP

Timing Generator with GPS - X3-Timing

The X3-Timing is an XMC I/O module with precision, low-noise clock generation and distribution. The module has 4 output clocks and four output triggers as well as a clock/reference input and a trigger input. The X3-Timing can also act as a system timing card in PXI systems, providing the reference clock, sample clocks and triggering.

In the sample clock generation mode, the X3-Timing can generate clocks from 1560 kHz to 1 GHz. The clocks are referenced to GPS, an on-card 1 ppm oscillator, or an external input. The PLL circuit is fully programmable, providing extremely low noise clocks with 0.2 ps RMS jitter typically. The output clocks are phase aligned to within 100 ps. Each output clock is a 1 to 80 subdivision of the PLL or external clock.

We have a range of adapters to use this board in a desktop PC, cPCI rack, with a Laptop, in VPX chassis or in an eInstrument.

 

Timing Generator with GPS - X3-Timing

XMC Data Acquisition Node

eInstrument-DAQ Node - user-customizable, turnkey embedded instrumentation! A wide assortment of ultimate-performance XMC modules housed in a rugged enclosure featuring an ultra-fast Cabled-PCIe carrier. The unit is connected to a desktop or laptop PC via a 1m or 3m or 5m PCIe cable. The unit supports X3-SD, X3-SDF, X3-SD16, X3-2M, X3-10M, X3-25M, X3-A4D4, X3-Servo, X3-Timing.

XMC Data Acquisition Node

PMC to PCI Adapter

The PMC-PCI carrier card is a single slot PCI card that facilitates the integration of any PMC or PTMC board into standard PCI systems. Designed to host any 32- or 64-bit PMC module, the PMC-PCI carrier card is a passive PMC to-PCI adapter requiring no special bridge software to integrate PMC mezzanine cards into a PCI system. Well-suited for enterprise router/switch/gateway providers and system integrators.

PMC to PCI Adapter

PMC to PCIe Express Adapter

The PMC-PCI Express carrier card is a single slot PCI Express card that facilitates the integration of any PMC or PTMC board into standard PCI Express systems. Designed to host any 32- or 64-bit PMC module, the PMC-PCI Express carrier card is a passive PMC to PCI Express adapter requiring no special bridge software to integrate PMC mezzanine cards into a PCI Express system. Well-suited for enterprise router/switch/gateway providers and system integrators.

PMC to PCIe Express Adapter

XMCe to PCIe Express Adapter

The PCI Express to XMC module adapter allows a single width XMC module to be used in a PCI Express slot. The XMC module is VITA 42.3 compatible and supports a single PCI Express lane.

The P16 connector breakout provides convenient access to all P16 signals through an MDR 68 connector. Signals from P16 are routed as differential pairs to JP1 so that high speed IO standards can be used to the cable.

The adapter is completely transparent to PCI Express. All signals from the PCI Express host bus are connected directly to the XMC module.

XMCe to PCIe Express Adapter

XMCe to PCIe Express Adapter 8 Lane

The PCI Express to XMC module adapter allows a single width XMC module to be used in a PCI Express slot. The XMC module is VITA 42.3 compatible and supports eight PCI Express lanes

The P16 connector breakout provides convenient access to all P16 signals through an MDR 68 connector. Signals from P16 are routed as differential pairs to JP1 so that high speed IO standards can be used to the cable.

The adapter is completely transparent to PCI Express. All signals from the PCI Express host bus are connected directly to the XMC module.

XMCe to PCIe Express Adapter 8 Lane

XMCe to CompactPCI Adapter

The XMC.3 module adapter allows a single width PCI Express XMC module to be used in a compact PCI/PCI-X slot. The XMC module is VITA 42.3 compatible and supports x4 PCI Express lanes.

The adapter is completely transparent to PCI-X operations through a PCI-X to PCI Express bridge. The bridge enumerates as a standard PCI device. When used in a PCI-X 133 MHz 64 bit slot, the adapter provides 490 MB/s sustained transfer rates between the XMC module and the host system.

XMCe to CompactPCI Adapter
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