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GR740 Quad Core LEON4FT 32-bit
processor, with four SPARC V8
compliant integer units and IEEE-754
foating point units
CAN FD Transceiver – Sensor
Monitoring, System Telemetry,
Command & Control
GR718B Space Wire Router
– 18-port, 300 krad(Si)
Input Regulator Modules (IRM) and Isolated Point of Load Modules (iPOL)
– high density, high current and high effciency
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technologies with broad industry and software support
for future space missions.
Sponsors of the HPSC project are the U.S. National
Aeronautics and Space Administration (NASA) and the
U.S. Air Force Research Laboratory at Kirtland Air Force
Base, N.M. Industry experts from the Boeing Solid-State
Electronics Development segment in Seattle are carrying out the program, based on a $25.9 million contract
awarded last March by the NASA Goddard Space Flight
Center in Greenbelt, Md.
The HPSC program is intended to develop rad-hard
microprocessor technology that will replace or augment previous generations of rad-hard microprocessors,
such as the RAD750 from the BAE Systems Electronic
Systems segment in Manassas, Va., and the RH-1750A,
RH- 32, and Advanced Spaceborne Computer Module
(ASCM) from the Honeywell Aerospace segment in
Managing the HPSC project are experts at the NASA
Jet Propulsion Laboratory (JPL) in Pasadena, Calif., led by
Richard Doyle and Raphael Some. The NASA Goddard
Space Flight Center is managing the HPSC contract.
The program is developing technologies for a
next-generation, general-purpose, multi-core space
processor to meet on-board computing needs of future
manned spacecraft and space robots. The four-year
project is expected to deliver a next-generation, rad-hard space processor based on the ARM processor
architecture to provide optimal power-to-performance
for upgradeability, software availability, ease of use, and
relatively low costs.
Curtiss-Wright is delivering the company’s MnACQ-2000 Miniature
Network Data Acquisition System, shown above, for the NASA Orion
spacecraft and the Space Launch System (SLS). These data-acquisition
systems are hardened against the effects of space radiation.