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GET Engineering - Airborne NTDS over Ethernet Systems

Key Features
  • Two NTDS Parallel MIL-STD-1397C Type A/B/C/H Channels
  • Two Ethernet 10/100/1000 BASE-T
  • RS232 Serial Port
  • Video output
  • Two USB ports
  • Memory Write Protect Switch
Enclosure
  • Size 192.7 x 175.15 x 321.0 mm (h x w x d)
  • Form Factor ¾ ATR
  • Conduction Cooled
  • Weight < 22 lbs
  • All Connectors are MIL 38999
Power Requirements
  • 20-36.5 VDC

GET Engineering - ATDS over Ethernet Systems

Hardware Features
  • Single Board Computer (SBC)
    • Intel i7/i5/i3 or Atom processor
    • GB dual channel DDR3 SDRAM
  • GET ATDS Adapter - PN 10075601
    • 1 to 4 channels available
    • Fully Compliant with MIL STD 188-208-1A Appendix D2
    • Independent FPGA controlled DMA channels
    • Extensive Built-In-Test capabilities enable rapid trouble shooting of interface
  • Power Requirements
    • 90-260 VAC 200mA 47-63 Hz
  • Ethernet
    • 1000/100/10BASE-T
  • Chassis
    • Standard 3U 19” EIA-310 rack mount
Software Features
  • Operating System Windows 7/8/10, Red Hat Enterprise, Centos Linux
  • Common API across multiple operating systems
  • Data Frames of 13.33 or 22 milliseconds
  • Supports Picket Addressing and Sidetone
  • User controlled Front Panel LED for Adapter Status
  • Command and Inter-word time-outs
  • Sample code provided for rapid application code development

GET Engineering - Hardened NTDS over Ethernet Systems

Key Features
  • 100% MILSTD‑1397C Compliant
  • NTDS Type A, B, C, H
  • NTDS Type D or E
  • Field Upgradeable Firmware
  • Bulkhead Mount
  • Network Configurable

GET Engineering - NTDS Over Ethernet Systems

Key Hardware Features
  • Touch Screen Panel for adapter Status & configuration
  • Diagnostic Connector on Front Panel
  • Short Circuit protection on all Outputs
  • Field Upgradeable Firmware
  • Hot Swappable
  • Tri‑State of NTDS Interface
  • CAT 5 wire (copper) or Fiber output
Key Maintenance Features
  • Extensive Built‑In‑Test Options
  • Loop‑back through Fiber‑optic Interface
  • Loop‑back through NTDS Interface
  • Tri‑State of NTDS Interface
  • Activity LEDs to aid troubleshooting of interface
  • Diagnostic messaging over fiber optic media