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Network with Robin at ASMS Conference, St. Louis, Missouri, USA, May 31-June 4, 2015

Our Business Development Manager for High-Speed Digitizer Technology, Robin Hassell will be at ASMS, the Annual Conference on Mass Spectrometry, that will take place in St. Louis, Missouri, USA from the 31st of May till the 4th of June at the America’s Center Convention Complex, 701 Convention Plaza, St Louis, MO 63101. More info here: ASMS Conference 2015, St. Louis, Missouri, USA, May 31 – June 4 2015,

Robin’s Contact details: + 1 (657) 900 9328 e.mail: robin­


U5309A PCIe High-Speed Digitizer Selected as Golden Mousetrap Award Finalist

We are proud to announce that our U5309A 8-bit, 8 channels PCle high-speed digitizer with on-board signal processing has been selected as finalist in the 2015 Golden Mousetrap Awards, a program that celebrates the companies, products, and people who are energizing North American design, engineering, and manufacturing.


High-speed digitizers in physics download summary

In the last 3 weeks we have routed you to quite a number of scientific papers written by scientists and physicians around the world with 2 commons features: they were related to physics applications and they were explaining why and how they used the Agilent high-speed digitizers in their experiments. We understand that this was a lot of information. Therefore, we have published for you a summary document:  Academic publications on use of Agilent high-speed digitizers. You will find all the papers we have outlined on this blog and even some more classified by application category: 

Astronomy and high-speed digitizers: ch.1 and 2

Astronomy and astrophysics labs use high-speed digitizers for the capture of data. Experiments include observation of fast gamma radiation through secondary (Cherenkov) light, that requires multichannel coincidence measurements, or RF/uw recording as a function of time.

High-speed digitizers and particle accelerators: ch.7

As you could already read, the Australian Synchrotron in Melbourne has long used Agilent Technologies range of high-speed digitizers for control and monitoring of the particle beam.  The following articles describe the fill-pattern monitoring system and the latest beam diagnostics systems.

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