Synchronous serial interface for telemetry, WAN connectivity

Sealevel's 5104e low profile PCI express (PCIe) synchronous serial interface is designed for serial applications such as radar, telemetry and wide area network (WAN) connectivity.

10/06/2016


Sealevel's 5104e low profile PCI express (PCIe) synchronous serial interface is designed for serial applications such as radar, telemetry and wide area network (WAN) connectivity. Courtesy: SealevelSealevel's 5104e low profile PCI express (PCIe) synchronous serial interface is designed to provide a single high-speed synchronous serial port configurable for RS-232, RS-422, or RS-485. The 5104e's optimized controller use and on-board memory capabilities make it ideal for serial applications such as radar, telemetry and wide area network (WAN) connectivity. It features a Z16C32 integrated universal serial controller (IUSC) with on-chip direct memory access (DMA) controller and 32-byte first in, first out (FIFO) buffer coupled with 256K of on-board memory allows for burst data rates to 10 Mbps. The 5104e also includes an optional original equipment manufacturer (OEM) security feature to prevent unauthorized board use in an application. Synchronous serial software support is provided through the SeaMAC V5 synchronous serial driver. Existing PCI customers simply need to update to the latest SeaMAC software driver for seamless operation of their existing synchronous serial application.

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