Bohemia, New York (October 2008) Data Device Corporation (DDC) announces an expanded line of IRIG-106 Chapter 10 enabled MIL-STD-1553 cards. The broad lineup encompasses several form factor and protocol selections including PC/104-Plus ( BU-65578C 1553 & BU-65590C 1553/ARINC Multi-I/O), and PMC ( BU-65578F/M 1553 & BU-65590F/M 1553/ARINC Multi-I/O) cards. For extended functionality, versions of these cards feature digital, serial (RS-232/422/485), or avionic I/O. The industry standard IRIG-106 Chapter 10 format offers convenience and portability, and is commonly used for digital flight data recorders.
“This expanded assortment of IRIG-106 Chapter 10 cards delivers advanced data bus performance and versatility for both embedded and laboratory, test and recording applications”, stated Mike Hegarty, DDC’s MIL-STD-1553 Marketing Manager.
DDC has demonstrated the interoperability of MIL-STD-1553 and IRIG-106 Chapter 10 by working with ENERTEC, a leading defense and aerospace supplier of mission video and data recording, and successfully implemented a Department of Defense (DoD) validated IRIG-106 Chapter 10 recorder.
The cards additionally come with Software Development Kits (SDKs) for MIL-STD-1553 and ARINC 429 data bus applications. The SDKs allow users to develop “C” source code to simulate, monitor, or troubleshoot 1553 and/or 429 data buses simultaneously or independently with support for the latest operating system versions including VxWorks® 6, Linux® 2.6, and Windows® 2000/XP.
Data Device Corporation (DDC) is recognized as a leading international supplier of high-reliability data interface products for military and commercial aerospace applications for over 40 years and MIL-STD-1553 products for more than 25 years. DDC’s broad product line consists of advanced data bus technology for high speed Fibre Channel networks, MIL-STD-1553 and ARINC 429 data bus boards/components, synchro/resolver technologies, and solid state power controllers and motor drives. The company's design and manufacturing facility is located in Bohemia, N.Y.