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Radar Processing and Display Solution

SPx is Cambridge Pixel's integrated radar processing and display software based on COTS software and Open Standards. Available as single modules to add capability to your existing application, or a fully interoperable suite that forms a standalone application, SPx is modular, flexible and extensible to meet your needs.

  • HPx-346

    The HPx-346 is a small form factor, combined analogue radar input and network radar video distribution card. The card connects to the analogue video interface on a radar, digitises the data and distributes it as UDP packets over Ethernet.

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  • HPx-400e

    The HPx-400e is a high-performance PCI express dual-stream radar acquisition card. The card is capable of capturing and processing analogue and digital primary radar video from up to two radars.The card may be used with a board support library for basic radar signal acquisition, or else with Cambridge Pixel's SPx software for complex processing, tracking or display requirements.

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  • HPx-300

    The HPx-300 Radar Signal Output card generates representative radar signals for system testing, simulation, training or radar video streaming. Under software control, the card generates radar video, trigger and azimuth signals similar to those generated by real radars.

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  • HPx-250

    The HPx-250 is a high-performance PMC-based radar acquisition card that captures and processes one or two analogue and up to 2 bits of digital primary radar video. The card may be used with a board support library for basic radar signal acquisition, or else with Cambridge Pixel's SPx library for complex processing, tracking or display requirements.

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  • HPx-200

    The HPx-200 is a high-performance PCI-based radar acquisition card that captures and processes one or two analogue or up to 8 bits of digital primary radar video. The card may be used with a board support library for basic radar signal acquisition, or else with Cambridge Pixel's SPx library for complex processing, tracking or display requirements.

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