Hardware interface to connect an AN/SPS-65 radar to an SRC-6E reconfigurable computer
King, Timothy L.
Fouts, Douglas J.
Pace, Phillip E.
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A hardware interface is designed, developed, constructed, and tested to interface a naval radar to the SRC 6E reconfigurable computer. The U.S. Navy AN/SPS 65 radar provides in-phase (I) and quadrature (Q) channels along with the AGC voltage to the hardware interface in analog form. The hardware interface receives a sampling clock from the SRC 6E and in turn performs the requisite attenuation and digital conversion before presenting the signals to the SRC 6E through its CHAIN port. The results show that the SRC 6E can effectively generate a sampling clock to drive the analog-to-digital converters and that real- time radar data can be brought into the SRC 6E via its high speed CHAIN port for performing high speed digital signal processing.
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