Digital delay generator

  • 01-May-2009 04:49 EDT
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The T564 from Highland Technology is the latest in its series of mini-embedded digital delay generators. Starting with an internal or external trigger, the module produces four output pulses programmable for delay and width with nanosecond-to-second range and picosecond jitter and resolution. The T564 introduces three features to digital delay generation: queued updates allow time settings to be changed without corrupting ongoing timings; a train function permits multiple pulses to be generated from each trigger; and the frames feature provides complex delay sweeps and pulse scenarios to be pre-loaded and rapidly executed, making the T564 suitable for laser timing, radar simulation, and ultra high-speed imaging.
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