The ATC136 is an ATCA A/D converter with eight channels based on EV10AS150B ADC at 10-bit resolution up to 2.6 GSPS. There is also one channel AD9129 DAC at 14-bit up to 2.8 GSPS, two Reference Clock inputs and dual GbE via RJ-45. The carrier has a Xilinx V-7 FPGA with an on-board QorIQ P2040 PowerPC for efficient performance and ease of configuration.

The FPGA has 4Gb and the PPC has 4GB of 64-bit DDR3 memory.The ATC136 provides a JTAG header on the front panel and dual microUSB.Categories:


The ARP200 is a 7U μTCA application-ready platform that provides 5 FPGA AMCs and 1 processor AMC. Other configurations are available. The FPGAs are available with Virtex®-7, Virtex-6, Kintex-7, Zynq-7000, or Artix-7® chipsets depending on your processing requirements and budget. Various processors are available for post-processing, formatting and network I/F. This includes a Freescale P5020, Cavium CN6740, Intel Xeon® E3, or other options. Slots can also be configured with a wide range of VadaTech or third party graphics, IO, storage, or other AMCs.

The chassis features a compact cube shape for SWaP and convenient carry handles. Other features include a redundant carrier locator, front-accessible ESD jack, and removable air filters.


The AMC738 utilizes the 32 Core Cavium Octeon II Processor that combines with a Xilinx V7 (XC7VX690T) FPGA to provide 100GbE via the CFP2 module. The CFP2 module could utilize 4 x 25 Gbps lanes or 10 x 10 Gbps lanes. The module follows the AMC.1, AMC.2 and AMC.4 specification. The FPGA has a single bank of 64-bit wide DDR3 memory.

The module has dual GbE going to ports 1 and 2 with additional dual GbE on the front panel. Ports 4-7 are dedicated for PCIe or XAUI, while ports 8-11 run as XAUI.

Linux OS is standard on the AMC738, consult VadaTech for other options.