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Real-time processing capabilities introduced to PCIe

The good thing about following our blog publications is that you will learn before everyone what is happening on the side of new technology introduction. Check our latest press release that will be published today. 

Evaluation cards are in the field

u5303aSeveral units of our new PCIe 12-bit data converter, the U5303A are now in the field. This digital receiver was developed in priority to respond to OEM needs in OCT, Maldi-TOF, Ultrasound NDT or DTS. If you are looking for an ADC technology within a resolution of 12-bit with up to 3.2 GSPS don’t hesitate to contact us and request an evaluation unit. In case you missed our latest announcement we remind you that the FPGA of this data converter can be open to IP signal processing algorithms. 

Exclusivity: 12-bit PCIe Digitizer, up to 3.2GS/s sampling rate

u5303aWe are really excited today. We are officially launching our new 12-bit PCIe digitizer with up to 3.2GS/s which should drive lots of interest from TOF, OCT, Lidar developers as well as researchers looking for highly precise high-speed digitizers. In exclusivity on this blog, please find below the press release that will be sent today: 

Agilent Technologies Introduces High-Precision 12-bit PCIe Digitizer that Delivers Multi-Gigahertz Real-Time Processing

 SANTA CLARA, Calif., June 21, 2013 – Agilent Technologies Inc. (NYSE: A) today introduced the U5303A, a compact dual-channel PCIe digitizer with 12-bit resolution, sampling up to 3.2 GS/s, and on-board real-time processing. It delivers unprecedented analog fidelity, high effective number of bits and very low noise.

Phase-array antenna testing: application brief

Following our September announcement about the implementation of a digital down conversion firmware option on our 8-channel 12-bit digitizer in AXIe, learn further details about how this solution can accelerate the phase-array antenna testing in the following application overview. For the ones who prefer to watch a video, click on more to find it. Happy Friday and weekend to all.  :-D.