Pentek is now part of Mercury Systems

Pentek is now part of Mercury Systems and ESI Computing is representing the full Pentek product line as well as selected Mercury RF tuners, transceivers, and up/downconverters enabling us to provide applications solutions for Ultra-wideband frequency tuning, RFSoC signal processing and high bandwidth real-time recording and playback.

For more information see:

UltraScale+ RFSoC Products
· Performance & high density integration
· Flexible design path
· Available in standard form factors like PCIe & 3U VPX and SOSA Aligned 3U VPX
· Board design package for custom carriers
· Conduction cooled or lab grade
· Faster delivery on select products

RF & Microwave Products: Tuners, Transceivers, Up/Downconverters, Ultra-wideband Frequency Tuning & High Bandwidth Real-time Recording & Playback
· Multi-channel phase coherent
· Agile tuning
· Lower phase noise & high frequency stability
· Anti-aliasing filtering
· Rugged form factors available

Mercury RF & Microwave Products

Pentek SOSA RFSoC Products


New Quartz® RFSoC Gen 3 Board Aligned with the Technical Standard for the SOSA Reference Architecture

The Quartz Model 5553, an eight-channel A/D and D/A converter, 3U OpenVPX board based on the Xilinx Zynq UltraScale+ RFSoC Gen 3 processor and aligned to the SOSA Technical Standard. The Model 5553 is ideal for many communications, electro-optical, electronic warfare, radar and signals intelligence applications.

Webinar: How New High Bandwidth Memory & A/Ds/FPGAs Eliminate Bottlenecks in RF Systems

 “Solving high bandwidth data transfer and memory access in data converter systems.” presented by Bob Sgandurra, Senior Principal Product Manager, Mercury. This abstract and title will be for a seminar that ties into the 5585 and 5586 being announced on 1/24/2022.

Abstract: Today’s high sample rate A/D converters are creating a fire hose of data to be processed by FPGAs. In the opposite direction, high sample rate D/A converters require a constant stream of high-bandwidth data to feed them. And while FPGAs offer outstanding processing power, matching that power to high-bandwidth I/O and memory resources is an ongoing challenge.

In this seminar, we discuss using technologies like high-bandwidth memory, high-bit-rate optical interfaces and gigabit serial protocols to address processing and memory demands in modern military systems, as well as the size, power and thermal considerations for deployment. In addition, we examine how to map these technologies into practical board-level solutions to meet the growing popularity of open standards and specifications like SOSA.

February 15, 2022 –  Customer Webinar 12:00 AM Midnight and 11:00 AM Eastern Time Zone (GMT-5)

February 17, 2022 –  Customer Webinar: 8:00 AM and 5:00 PM Eastern Time Zone (GMT-5)

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