Teledyne SP Devices extends RF offering with ADQ7WB
Teledyne SP Devices today announced the release of
- a wideband digitizer with an analog input bandwidth of 6.5 GHz. This new
product is a significant addition to the company's solutions for the RF
market segment and is launched in response to high customer demand. The
performance and features of
make it ideal for demanding radio applications.
The high analog input bandwidth combined with high sampling rate allows
for wideband capture of IF/IQ/RF signals, and the AC-coupled analog
front-end is optimized for high linearity.
features on-board proprietary digital performance enhancement technology
ADX which helps achieve industry-leading spurious-free dynamic range
Optional firmware package FW2DDC adds real-time radio digital signal
processing (DSP) functions that also helps reduce data rates to a
manageable level. The package includes two digital downconverters (DDCs),
decimation, and filtering which can be used either for noise reduction or
channel equalization. Custom DSP functions can also be integrated on the
onboard Xilinx FPGA through a firmware development kit. A software
development kit (SDK) is also included free of charge.
In addition to the on-board real-time processing the
supports data streaming at very high rates. This allows for
post-processing in either a host PC or via peer-to-peer streaming to a
graphics processing unit (GPU).
is available in modular PCI Express (PCIe) and PXI Express (PXIe) form
factors and offers flexible and simple integration that can easily be
scaled to include additional measurement channels. It also supports highly
accurate trigger and synchronization capabilities that enable
implementation of multi-channel systems.
Simultaneous high sampling rate (5 GSPS per channel) and resolution (12
Analog input bandwidth of 6.5 GHz and superior SFDR through proprietary
Configurable dual-channel inputs support flexible receiver architectures
Optional real-time DSP functions for radio applications and powerful
open Xilinx FPGA
High throughput of up to 7 GByte/s via peer-to-peer streaming to GPU
- RF monitoring and recording
- Channel sounding
- Satellite monitoring
- RF production testing
- Signals intelligence
- Low-level RF (LLRF)