Summary

Unibap's e2160 heterogeneous computing product for iX5 is a radiation tolerant, high-performance compute module for onboard data processing. The product has spaceflight heritage and uses low-power, embedded, x86-compatible, AMD® G-series SOC products from the 1st, 2nd, and LX families. The SOC is paired with a powerful Microsemi® SmartFusion2™ FPGA, which provides IO extension and board supervisory management through IP core state-machines or embedded ARM® Cortex™ M3 micro-controller.

The e2160 product provides common interfaces for command and data handling, robots, intelligent automation, and autonomous systems, including: Gigabit Ethernet, USB v2.0/v3.0, PCIexpress®, SerDes, LVDS, SATA v3.0, Serial ports, GPIO, CAN 2.0b, I2C, and SPI. The GPIO capabilities of the FPGA can be used for optional interfaces using different (not included) IP cores.

UNIBAP® e2160 families of products are the perfect choice for autonomous systems with high demands for data fusion and sensor interfaces using optimized heterogeneous parallel algorithms and extensive IO.

Unibap core space offerings include:

  • Radiation tolerant payload computing hardware
  • Linux Driver/API & Application Software Development
  • AI algorithm development and implementation
  • Software for data distribution

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Last updated: 2021-05-05

e2160 Compute Module

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height
5 mm
width
70 mm
length
70 mm
mass
35 g
power consumption
< 20 W
voltage supply
5 V
operating temperature
-14 to 70 C

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