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New 8-channel 10-bit Digitizer with 1 GS/s Sampling Rate

TSP ADQ8 8C PXIe17 June 2019 - Teledyne SP Devices announced the release of ADQ8-8C – a flexible data acquisition board with high channel density and an open FPGA architecture which makes it ideal for large-scale physics installations and Original Equipment Manufacturer (OEM) product integration. The 8-channel ADQ8-8C allows for compact and cost-efficient multi-channel system design.

The versatile analog front-end (AFE) of ADQ8-8C supports a wide variety of detectors and can therefore be used in many applications such as particle physics, scientific instruments, time-of-flight applications, and more.

Capabilities include:

  • § AFE with programmable DC-offset, input voltage range, and input impedance (50Ω and 1 MΩ)
  • § 500 MHz analog input bandwidth
  • § Open powerful Xilinx FPGA with resources available for customized real-time digital signal processing
  • § 1 GByte on-board acquisition memory and up to 3.2 GByte/s data transfer to host PC
  • § Hardware trigger and highly accurate multi-channel synchronization capabilities
  • § Available in PXI Express and MTCA.4 formats

Jan-Erik Eklund, Digitizer Product Manager at Teledyne SP Devices, commented, “The combination of high channel density, advanced AFE, customizable real-time signal processing, and high data streaming rate makes this product a great fit both for systems based on a single board as well as large multi-channel systems consisting of a large number of boards.”

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