MAX Technologies' carrier board products are based on a modular and multi-protocol architecture using intelligent devices available on a variety of platforms with highly integrated software tools.
Our hardware products include intelligent carrier boards for PCI, CompactPCI and PXI platforms with various databus protocols, analog and digital I/O mezzanine modules.
Mezzanine modules are available for ARINC 429/561/568/629/708/717, ASYNC RS-232/422/485, CSDB, ASCB, HDLC/SDLC, MIL-STD-1553, Pulse/Frequency generator, Analog and Discrete I/O and more.
Moreover, multiple protocols can be implemented and run simultaneously on a single carrier board and all the data transferred is time-synchronized, even between multiple protocols and multiple boards.
The Flex1553-PCIe is a PCI Express card supporting 1, 2 or 4 Dual Redundant MIL-STD-1553 buses, 1553 Enhanced Bit Rate (EBR), ARINC 429, Serial Async RS-422, Discrete I/O and more with precise timing and flexible programming.
MX Foundation API
MAXIM Graphical User Interface
The MX Foundation API library provides high-level abstraction of hardware and allows to easily control mixed protocols and I/O modules on one or multiple carrier boards. MX Foundation is available for Windows, Linux and others operating systems. Read more…
MAXIM addresses the need for various test & measurement solutions that engineers and technicians can easily use and customize to fit their specific requirements.
MAXIM provides multi-protocol support in a single, powerful and easy-to-use software. With MAXIM, there is no need to buy, learn and maintain several different simulation and analysis software solutions. Whether your project involves designing, validation, manufacturing, simulation, testing, maintenance, certification or any other process, you need an integrated and flexible solution. MAXIM’s “project-based” environment is easy-to-use and ready for expansion to support a variety of T&M communication protocols and legacy I/O.
MAXIM covers a wide range of needs when handling real-time data information such as message scheduling, recording, playback, monitoring, real-time graphics and data analysis.