Quad-channel digitizer

  • 15-Sep-2009 01:30 EDT

Agilent Technologies’ SVM3500 VME/VXS module simultaneously provides wide input signal bandwidth and dynamic range. The unit is a quad-channel 12-bit digitizer that allows channel interleaving to provide sampling up to 2 GS/s. With more than 2 GHz analog bandwidth, the module is suited for applications in radar, electronic warfare, and synthetic instrumentation. It builds on the modular U1083A VME/VXS base card with an analog digitizer mezzanine that includes four 12-bit, 500 MS/s analog-to-digital converters. The mezzanine incorporates a clock distribution circuit that distributes an external clock throughout the mezzanine, in phase, in antiphase, or in quadrature with very low added jitter, allowing interleaved sampling rates at up to 2 GS/s.

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