Digital delay generator

  • 04-May-2009 10:01 EDT
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Highland Technology’s T564 mini embedded digital delay generator starts with an internal or external trigger and produces four output pulses programmable for delay and width, with nanosecond-to-second range and picosecond jitter and resolution. Three unique features include queued updates, which allow time settings to be changed without corrupting ongoing timings; a train function that enables multiple pulses to be generated from each trigger; and a frames feature that permits complex delay sweeps and pulse scenarios to be preloaded and executed rapidly. The device is suited for laser timing, radar simulation, and ultra-high-speed imaging.

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