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The OP7000 is an ultrafast simulator that can use multiple FPGA to achieve next-generation simulation speed. It is designed to be used with a target connected by PCIe, as shown in the following figure.


The OP7000 simulator is equipped with standard interfaces: the OP7160-1 (130T) or the OP7161-1 (240T) are the primary FPGA boards that occupy the center slot in the chassis and the OP7461 is the PCIe communication board that connects the OP7000 simulator to the target.

The design makes it easier to use with standard connectors (DB37, RJ45, and BNC) without the need for input/output adaptors and allows quick connections for monitoring. The front of the chassis provides the monitoring interfaces and monitoring connectors, while the back of the chassis provides access to the PCIe communication connections, all I/O connectors and power cable.

The OP7000 is available in a number of different configurations that make it easier to integrate into your environment. Select any combination of signal conditioning boards (up to 16 DI/O, 8 AI/O or a combination of 8 DI/O and 4 AI/O) or select up to 8 FPGA secondary boards (for pure computation with no I/Os).

OP7000 (front)

The rear of the OP7000 contains the connectors for the PCIe link to the target and for signal conditioning from the target and to the unit under test.

OP7000 (rear)


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