In this paper, we present an implementation of high speed image data transfer using XDMA for a video signal generation / acquisition device developed as a military test equipment. The technology proposed in this study obtains efficiency by replacing the method of copying data using the system buffer in the kernel area with the transmission and reception through the DMA engine in the FPGA.
For this study, the device was developed as a PXIe platform in consideration of life cycle, and performance was maximized by using a low-cost FPGA considering mass productivity. The video I/O board implemented in this paper was tested by changing the AXI interface clock frequency and link speed through the existing memory copy method. In addition, the board was constructed using the DMA engine of the FPGA, and as a result, it was confirmed that the transfer speed was increased from 5~8Hz to 140Hz. The proposed method will contribute to strengthening defense capability by reducing the cost of device development using the PXIe platform and increasing the technology level.