Newsletter - Introducing the world’s first 14-bit 10 GS/s digitizer
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Introducing the world’s first 14-bit 10 GS/s digitizer
"In this issue you can read about our latest digitizer product ADQ7 which offers world-leading performance through its unique combination of high sampling rate and vertical resolution"
Through the introduction of ADQ7, SP Devices remains committed to delivering cutting-edge data acquisition products. The unique performance is made possible by our patented solution for time-interleaved ADC arrays, ADX, and we believe it will allow our customers to explore new concepts and architectures that have previously not been feasible. With SP Devices’ 14-bit digitizers our customers are no longer constrained to lower vertical resolution, but can instead enjoy exceptional dynamic range also at very high sampling rates.
Both ADQ7 models hosts a powerful Xilinx Ultrascale XCKU060 field-programmable gate array (FPGA) which is made available to the user through an optional firmware development kit. For customer that do not wish to develop FPGA firmware, and for customers that need to shorten design time, there are also a number of optional application-specific firmware packages available. These packages contains real-time signal processing functions for advanced time-domain averaging (FWATD), data-driven pulse detection (FWPD) and software defined radio (FWSDR). All together these firmware solutions make the ADQ7 the ideal platform for OEM integration.
To simplify integration ADQ7 will be available in a number of different form factors:
MTCA and PXIe versions of the ADQ7 support triggering via the backplane and the MTCA version also contains built-in support for long distance synchronization through White Rabbit. White Rabbit provides sub-nanosecond accuracy and picoseconds precision of synchronization for large distributed systems. It also allows for deterministic and reliable data delivery.
A software development kit is included free of charge and supports multiple languages including, but not limited to, C++, C#, Matlab, Python, LabVIEW. The board can be operated under both Windows and Linux.
To reduce cost of ownership, ADQ7 comes with a 3-year warranty.
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