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M9536A AXIe Embedded Controller

Product Status: Discontinued | Currently Supported
This product is no longer available

Key Features & Specifications

Applications:

  • Aerospace and defense
  • Communications
  • Electronic test
  • High-energy physics

Functionality:

  • One-slot, AXIe module
  • Intel Xeon EP L5518 processor at 2.13 GHz
  • 160 GB solid state hard drive and up to 24 GB RAM
  • USB (3), 10/100/1000 LAN (2), VGA (up to 1600x1200), RS-232

Performance characteristics:

  • Gen 2 x4 PCIe link to AXIe backplane results in fast data transfer rates to other modules
  • Intel Xeon processor provides excellent system performance for multi-threaded applications
  • Designed for AXIe systems for more confidence in chassis compatibility than desktop PCs with cabled interfaces
  • Preloaded with Keysight I/O libraries, operating system, and chassis drivers resulting in reduced startup time

Description

The Keysight M9536A is the first AXIe embedded controller available on the market. It provides a high-performance PCIe Gen2 link to the AXIe backplane and is a powerful one-slot computer that can be used to build compact AXIe systems. It easily integrates into hybrid test systems using GP-IB, USB, and LAN due to the built-in front panel interfaces.

The embedded controller is built upon a high-performance Intel® Xeon® quad-core processor with Hyper-Threading Technology. This makes the embedded controller perfect for high-performance applications and multi-tasking environments. Select either a 32-bit or 64-bit WES 7 operating system.

MATLAB for the M9536A AXIe controller is orderable directly from Keysight with your controller – see more details in the Options & Accessories tab of this page. With this software environment, develop your GUI-based AXIe applications, generating your own arbitrary waveforms, measurement and data analysis routines and user-defined filters. Install on your controller or remote PC. Demonstration videos showing how to use MATLAB with Keysight instruments.