High-speed digitizers

  • 31-Mar-2009 04:56 EDT
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­­GaGe’s Razor CompuScope 16XX multichannel digitizers feature up to 4 GB of onboard acquisition memory and sampling speeds up to 200 MS/s. Along with 16-bit nominal resolution, the unit provides high signal fid­elity with an Effective Number of Bits (ENOB) of 12. Total harmonic distortion is less than -80 dB. ENOB performance is optimized on the 100 MS/s and 200 MS/s models via separate analog-to-digital converter chips on each model. An input voltage of ±50 V is ideal for interacting with 42 V batteries. Automatic high-voltage tripping protects the card against damages for voltages of up to ±75 V on most input ranges. The digitizer enables up to eight cards, or 32 channels, to be sampled simultaneously in a single chassis.

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