AIT Releases Simulyzer(tm) Fibre Channel Interface Test Module for cPCI, PXI, PXIe
Omaha, NE - December 3, 2012
Avionics Interface Technologies (AIT) has released a dual-port simulator/analyzer Fibre Channel (FC) interface test module for cPCI (Compact PCI), PXI, and PXIe (PXI Express). AIT’s PXI-FC4 and PXIe-FC4 Simulyzer™ cards are multi-function, high performance intelligent modules offering data generation/simulation and monitor/analyzer functions for test and verification of FC nodes and switches.
AIT’s PXI-FC4 and PXIe-FC4 support Point-to-Point (PTP), switched fabric, and arbitrated loop topologies. Both modules offer precision timing with an IRIG-B time code encoder/decoder, physical bus replay, and live data capture. They also employ an in-line port configuration for transparent analyzer functions and work with AIT’s fcXplorer Graphical User Interface (GUI) analyzer software.
fcXplorer troubleshoots, optimizes, plans, and configures FC traffic loading. High- and low-level protocol analysis features provide capture, filtering, time stamp, and interpretation of FC traffic and generation of advanced statistics. AIT’s Data Corruptor™, AS5653 Transceivers, and HS1760 Protocol Compliance Test Suite are optionally available.
Both the PXI-FC4 and PCIe-FC4 support a range of avionics protocols, including SCSI-3 FCP, FICON, JSF ASM, F-18 RDMA, AS5653, FC-AV, and FC-AE 1553.
AIT’s FC application interface supports multiple languages, operating systems, and development environments, including C, C++, and LabVIEW.
For more information, visit us online at: www.aviftech.com/pxie-fc4
Avionics Interface Technologies is a leading supplier of avionics bus interface circuits, modules and a wide array of simulation and analyzer products. The company has supported all major DOD top tier suppliers as well as the Air Force, Navy, Army, Marines and NASA directly. Their technically superior products offer both custom and commercial-off-the-shelf (COTS) user software and a flexible hardware architecture based on the use of FPGAs with embedded Power PC Processors for onboard specific application programming. AIT has four office locations in the US, it is headquartered in Omaha, NE, with design and production based in Dayton, Ohio, near Wright Patterson AFB. AIT uses Technical Manufacture Representatives in North America and distributors worldwide to provide the best possible local support. AIT is a private company led by a US citizen based Board of Directors allowing for execution of sensitive and/or classified ITAR program development.