The analog output of SDR14TX is DC-coupled and optimized for generation of wideband signals. The dual outputs can be used for generation of two independent channels or generation of complex (IQ) zero-IF modulated signals.
The analog output of SDR14TX can operate in second Nyquist for direct generation of RF signals.
SDR14TX connects to the host via a PXI Express interface for systems integration as a modular instrument. A PCIe version for integration into a PC is also available. All interface types allows for streaming of data at high transfer rates.
SP Devices' offers the possibility of customizing the ADQ series digitizer boards. Customizations can include hardware, software and FPGA firmware changes.
The SDR14TX comes with an easy-to-use API that allows easy integration into any application. Software tools for application development include C/C++, Matlab and DLLs for Windows. The SDK also includes SP Devices´ data capture tool, ADCaptureLab.
The SDR14TX is built on a Xilinx Virtex 6 LX240T FPGA. The user can access the FPGA and implement customized digital signal processing by purchasing the ADQ Development Kit. This kit contains everything that is needed to get started with the FPGA development, and also includes examples and documentation.