Teledyne SP Devices

Continuous streaming

Term Definition
Continuous streaming

This mode is for continuous recording of very long events.

The recording is starting at a trigger event and continue until it is terminated by the user. The continuous streaming mode produce a large amount of data and is often combined with a data reduction method in the FPGA. This could be, for example, channel masking, DDC and decimation (option –FWSDR), sample skip, or a custom algorithm implemented using the ADQ7 Development Kit or ADQ14 Development Kit.


"The technical and intellectual support from the team at Teledyne SP Devices has been playing an important role in our research."

Associate Professor at Hong Kong University (HKU)
who has implemented a system supporting line scan rates of 10M lines/s

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