The credit-card-sized module features a quad-core processor, error-correcting code memory, mass storage, selective redundancy, and multiple data interfaces in a compact form-factor.
The CesiumAstro SBC-1461 includes a software development kit for a Linux-based OS, providing a fast, out-of-the-box solution.
The SBC-1461 single-board computer, with its integrated communications and security features, is designed to operate in LEO environments. Use as a stand-alone computer or combine with other CesiumAstro modules for a powerful, secure, and tightly integrated communications platform.
The CesiumAstro SBC-1461 features a quad-core processor, error-correcting code memory, mass storage, redundancy, and multiple data interfaces in a compact form-factor.
Low profile and compact 50mm x 84mm x 13mm packaged form-factor. Thermal pillars bring heat to the flat surface.
1.4 GHz ARM® 64-bit quad-core Cortex® processor
Traffic routing and encryption without loading the cores
Encryption options include AES-256-GCM
Integrated security engine
2GB SDRAM with ECC
30GB non-volatile eMMC storage with pSLC mode enabled
Other storage sizes available upon request
256KB high-endurance FRAM memory
Redundant 32MB boot flash with automatic failover
Single power input required (12V nominal, ±20%)
Onboard telemetry: temperature, uptime, and output voltage and current
Ubuntu-based OS with GNU toolchain
Option for Yocto-based OS
Option for VxWorks®
NASA cFS (core Flight System) support
Compact 50mm x 84mm x 13mm packaged form factor
Thermal pillars bring heat to flat surface
Rugged, MIL-spec Nano-D connectors
Suitable for military and commercial use on LEO satellites and airborne platforms
2x 1000BASE-T (capacitively coupled)
2x 10GBASE-KR (configurable as SGMII)
Serial, configurable as
3x RS-485 (half-duplex) + 1x RS-422 (full-duplex), OR
2x RS-485 + 2x RS-422, OR
Programming (lab use)
A full suite of documentation is available to support integration of SBC-1461 into your mission. Our team stands ready to support you. Contact us for technical specifications or to discuss your programming challenges.