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FPGA development kit: User point of view

The development and deployment of application specific signal processing algorithm are complete R&D projects. The in-house engineering resources are often not sufficient to allow fully dedicated engineers working on highly demanding application requirements. Therefore, Agilent high-speed data acquisition team (HSADC) has partnered with research institutes such as for example the Microelectronics Institute of FHNW University of Applied Sciences and Arts Northwestern Switzerland. In this context, we have the opportunity today to introduce you to Mr. Dino Zardet, research fellow at this institute who we invited to talk about his work and relationship with Agilent HSADC. DISCOVER HIS INTERVIEW 

High-speed ADC with FPGA used as a FFT spectrometer

This article was published jointly by the ETHZ Department of Astronomy and the Institute of Applied Physics at University of Bern who tested the relevance of using a Fast Fourier Transform (FFT) spectrometer to measure trace gases such as ozone and water vapor in the atmosphere in real time. As we are facing more and more issues with global warming and ozone depletion. This article  introduces a new technology that is maybe today used more largely. In any cases the ADC  board used in this case was one of the first digitizer with on-board processing developed by our team. Please read article  Microwave remote sensing of stratospheric trace gases using digital Fast Fourier   Transform spectrometers  Authors: Stefan C. Müller, Axel Murk, Christian Monstein,  Niklaus  Kämpfe, Hansueli Meyer

Plasma fusion and high-speed digitizer: ch.2

This second chapter on plasma fusion and high-speed digitizer features a Scientific Paper published in the AIP Review of Scientific Instruments, 80, 103504, 2009

Development and testing of a fast Fourier transform high dynamic-range spectral diagnostics for millimeter wave characterization