Today we introduce ADQ30 and ADQ33 - two new members to our fourth-generation 12-bit ADQ3-series family. Both models offer 1 GSPS sampling rate with one and two input channels respectively. The combination of excellent noise and distortion performance, dc coupled input, open FPGA and peer-to-peer streaming to GPU at 7 Gbytes/s makes them ideal for demanding applications such as time-of-flight mass spectrometry, swept-source OCT, distributed optical fiber sensing, LiDAR, and more.
Additional features include programmable DC-offset for unipolar signals, high-precision click/trigger/timestamp, application-specific firmware packages for peak detection, averaging etc, easy-to-use API including stand-alone Digitizer Studio software and much more.
The ADQ3-series currently consists of four different models with ENOB around 9 bits, SFDR of 65 dBc, and SNR 55 dBc and future family members with higher speed and performance are already in development.