Introducing ADQ14OCT - A 14-bit digitizer optimized for Swept-Source
Optical Coherence Tomography
In this issue you can read about the new high-speed, 14-bit digitizer
ADQ14OCT specialized for Swept-Source Optical Coherence Tomography
Signal Processing Devices, a manufacturer of high-performance digitizers
today announces the release of ADQ14OCT, the latest
member of the successful ADQ14 14-bit digitizer family.
The ADQ14OCT is optimized for use in SS-OCT applications and contains all
features necessary to support the acquisition of cross-sectional and
The ADQ14OCT digitizer supports a variable-frequency clocking from a laser
K-clock starting at 10 MHz and going up to 1000 MHz and high-dynamic range
capture of full-bandwidth OCT signals. Acquisition of cross-sectional and
volume images are easily controlled using the programmable A-scan and
B-scan trigger inputs.
The ADQ14OCT is available with x8 Gen 2 PCI-e interface for very
high-speed data transfer to host PC as well as with a USB 3.0 interface
for compact designs. It features an embedded and programmable real-time
FFT core (up to 32k points).
Since ADQ14OCT is based on high-performance 14-bit analog-to-digital
converters, it provides very low spurious errors and low noise which
together help enable the highest possible quality of the produced images.
It is thus the ideal solution for single-channel SS-OCT instrumentation.
The USB3.0-version of the ADQ14OCT digitizer. Laser K-clock, A-scan
trigger, B-scan trigger, and photodetector output signals are connected
via 50-Ohm SMA connectors. In addition, the A-scan and B-scan trigger
inputs feature programmable input impedances and threshold levels to
simplify integration.The ADQ14OCT supports direct streaming to host PC but
is also equipped with 2 GByte on-board data memory. The digitizer can
easily be programmed with C/C++ as well as Matlab™.
Please visit www.spdevices.com for more information
regarding our digitizers in general or the ADQ14OCT in particular.
MEET US AT ELECTRONICA!
Please visit us at Electronica in Munich on November 8 - 11 where we will
be showcasing the latest in signal processing solutions achieved by the
synergies of combining e2v and SP Devices' world-leading technologies
through the recent acquisition of SP Devices by e2v. We will be showing
both our latest digitizers as well as broadband data converters from e2v,
and you will find us in booth A5.539. e2v is the official Silver Sponsor
for Electronica 2016.