OmniBus VME Databus Interface Cards
Flexibility and Power.
Protocols and I/O
- OmniBus VME: OmniBus VME cards provide interfaces for avionics databuses. Features include a PowerPC processor, Ethernet, serial, CompactFlash, PMC site, digital I/O, and IRIG. The cards can be ordered with up to four modules to support a variety of avionics databus protocols.
- OmniBus Family: OmniBus is a highly-flexible and high-performance family of avionics databus interfaces combining a selection of industry-standard platforms (PCI/cPCI, VME, PMC and Ethernet/USB) with a wide-viariety of I/O choices (MIL-STD-1553, ARINC 429, ARINC 708, ARINC 717, Serial, CSDB and Discrete). This sophisticated OmniBus design allows users to order the exact number, functionality, and mix of protocol channels that they need. It also lets users upgrade or reconfigure their OmniBus (at the factory) as requirements change.
- High-Performance Architecture: OmniBus products are built using an integrated board, core, and module architecture. PCI, cPCI, and Ethernet/USB boards include 1 or 2 cores, VME boards have up to 4, and PMC boards include a single fixed core. Each on-board core has a dedicated protocol processor, IRIG timer, and 3 sync and 3 trigger lines. These cores are the support circuitry for the I/O modules, which contain the interface to the databus protocol(s).