Spectrum Instrumentation’s complete line of PCIe digitizer cards can now perform digital down-conversion thanks to a low-cost option that uses an external GPU card for continuous “on-the-fly” processing.
M5i.3321-x16 is designed to handle a wide variety of signals. The unit's fast sampling rate and high resolution are supported by fully functional front-end electronics with 1 GHz bandwidth, programmable full-scale ranges from ±200 mV to ±2.5 V and variable offset.
Offers driver support for the NVIDIA Jetson, a series of embedded computing boards from NVIDIA. The driver package means that any of Spectrum's high performance digitizers, AWGs or digital I/O products with PCIe interface, currently 65 different cards, can be used with this small but powerful platform.
The hybridNETBOXis an instrumentation platform for applications that require simultaneous signal generation and acquisition. Six models are available offering the choice of two, four, or eight pairs of matched AWG and digitizer channels.
Spectrum Instrumentation has added six arbitrary waveform generators (AWGs) to its recently released M2p.65 xx series of PCIe cards. The AWGs extend the product family’s capabilities by boosting the available output range, so that waveforms can be generated with amplitude swings of up to ±12 V into 1 MOhms or ±6 V into 50 Ohms.