We are excited to announce that we have extended our family of PXI & PXIe precision resistors with new high accuracy for resistive sensor simulation. The new 40-297A (PXI) & 42-297A (PXIe) high-density precision resistor modules feature specification improvements, including four times the resistance range, now a maximum of 85.3 MΩ, and improved accuracy to +/-0.1%.
- Additional resolutions – 0.125Ω, 0.25 Ω, 0.5Ω, 1Ω, 2Ω, 4Ω and 8Ω – extending the resistance range to 85.3MΩ on a single 6-channel module
- Twice the resistance setting accuracy at +/-0.1% +/-resolution (was +/-0.2% +/-resolution)
- Twice the maximum operating voltage at 200V
- Can be set as short or open circuit to simulate a wiring or sensor fault
- Up to 18 channels can fit into a single-slot module
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For more information, take a look at the 40-297A (PXI) and 42-297A (PXIe) product pages where you can find specifications and datasheets.
As an additional resource, check out our webinar “Using Programmable Resistors for Sensor Simulation in Test”
This webinar will help you understand programmable resistors, their construction, and why they are needed. We’ll also look at some applications where sensor simulation is an integral part of the adopted test strategies to improve repeatability, reduce test times, and ultimately lower the cost of test.
NEW PRODUCT RELEASES
300 MHz 32×8 PXI & PXIe RF Matrix Modules
Pickering introduced a new integrated PXI RF matrix modules with a 32×8 topology — representing a 33% increase in matrix density per chassis slot. The new compact-footprint 40-724 PXI & 42-724 PXIe modules provide high performance with a usable bandwidth of 300 MHz for non-loop-thru models. Check out the resources below for more information.
April’s Events and New Resources
Webinar – How to Effectively Configure a Microwave Test Switching System
We hosted a webinar with Electronic Design that reviewed the types of switching available, cable and connector suggestions, and tips to help you design, deploy, and sustain your Microwave test system.
Enabling Our Partners to Change the World
The V1163 12-Port Rugged XMC ACAP Card is a powerful heterogeneous computing XMC with high bandwidth IO featuring the Xilinx® Versal™ Adaptive Compute Acceleration Platform (ACAP) and rugged optical and electrical I/O.
The V1163 was designed to be the perfect system addition for workloads requiring configurable ACAP (FPGA) resources, AI engines, ARM processors, and/or rugged optics.
Use cases include sensor interface design, digital signal processing, video processing, application co-processing, and multi-level secure networking. Radar, SIGINT, video, storage, medical imaging, and embedded communications systems all have the ability to benefit from the V1163 module.
Xilinx® Versal™ ACAP (FPGA) with AI Engines (optional)
Up to twelve (12) 1G to 25G optical ports via MPO front panel I/O or VITA 66 optical backplane I/O. Electrical I/O via Pn6 also available
Supports Dual PCIe Gen4 x8 or Gen3 x8
Dual banks of LPDDR4 SDRAM
Thermal sensors for monitoring card temperature
Robust FPGA development framework
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New SSD Storage Solutions for High Speed Recording
ADQDSU and FWDSU support peer-to-peer streaming at 6.8 GB/s
Today we introduce the ADQDSU – a second-generation solid-state drive (SSD) storage intended for high-speed recording in applications such as radar, lidar, and more. It supports direct data transfer between the digitizer and the storage device via the backplane by utilizing peer-to-peer (P2P) streaming. The main advantage of P2P relative to conventional methods is that it significantly reduces the CPU and DRAM workload on the PXIe controller.
ADQDSU and the associated FWDSU firmware can stream data to multiple disks simultaneously in order to increase the throughput. It also supports seamless handover between disks to ensure uninterrupted continuous recording of large amounts of data.
Selected Features Include:
- 8 TB or 32 TB total storage per slot in PXIe format
- 6.8 GB/s write speed
- Peer-to-peer streaming helps reduce PXIe controller CPU/DRAM workload
Read more below and see it live at Teledyne’s booth 198 at the ongoing European Microwave Week in London!
On-Demand Webinars and Previous Newsletters Online
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||New Multi-Channel Digitizer with Large FPGA
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|An introductory webinar providing technical insight and practical advice on how to improve triggered acquisition of weak signals in the presence of noise.
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|ADQ36 is a 12-bit digitizer with software-configurable two- or four-channel mode of operation that offers 5 or 2.5 GSPS sampling rates respectively. It also features a large user-programmable Xilinx Kintex Ultrascale KU115 field-programmable gate array (FPGA).
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|What are high-performance digitizers and what are they used for? Watch our on-demand webinars to learn more! Topics include product selection considerations, real-life application examples, FPGA firmware, and real-time digital signal processing, system-level aspects, multi-channel systems, and more.
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