Introducing New ADQ3X Family Members – ADQ30 and ADQ33
Support peer-to-peer streaming at 7 GB/s
Today we introduce ADQ30 and ADQ33 – two new members to our fourth-generation 12-bit ADQ3-series family. Both models offer 1 GSPS sampling rate with one and two input channels respectively. The combination of excellent noise and distortion performance, dc coupled input, open FPGA and peer-to-peer streaming to GPU at 7 Gbytes/s makes them ideal for demanding applications such as time-of-flight mass spectrometry, swept-source OCT, distributed optical fiber sensing, LiDAR, and more.
Additional features include programmable DC-offset for unipolar signals, high-precision click/trigger/timestamp, application-specific firmware packages for peak detection, averaging etc, easy-to-use API including stand-alone Digitizer Studio software and much more.
The ADQ3-series currently consists of four different models with ENOB around 9 bits, SFDR of 65 dBc, and SNR 55 dBc and future family members with higher speed and performance are already in development.
We offer design and development of custom hardware, firmware, and software to original equipment manufacturers (OEMs) – a great way of realizing custom projects in a time-efficient manner!
On Demand Webinars and Previous Newsletters Online
|On-Demand Webinar on Pulse Detection in the Presence of Noise||New Multi-Channel Digitizer with Large FPGA||On-Demand Digitzer Basics Webinar Series|
|An introductory webinar providing technical insight and practical advice on how to improve triggered acquisition of weak signals in the presence of noise.
|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).
|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.|