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March 13, 2019 //By Nick Flaherty
512Msample memory boosts next generation AWG cards
Spectrum Instrumentation has launched six next-generation Arbitrary Waveform Generator (AWG) card instruments for PC systems with large sample memories to create complex waveforms.
devices. The signal outputs as well as clock and trigger inputs are provided via front-panel SMB connectors. The front-panel also hosts four MMCX connectors (one multi-function output, and three multi-function I/O lines), which can be used for different tasks such as digital output channels, clock, trigger or status output as well as asynchronous I/O lines. This high level of connectivity allows the AWG cards to be easily adapted into most automated test system environments.

Switching the multi-purpose I/O lines to digital output adds another four synchronous output channels to the AWG. A single AWG card can then generate four analogue outputs and four digital outputs in parallel with full speed. This is especially helpful when interfacing with external equipment in experiment control or for OEM projects.

The M2p.65xx series AWGs are in full production and available for immediate delivery. All cards are shipped factory tested and include a base version of Spectrum's SBench 6 software for first tests.

"The M2p series AWG products represent the culmination of nearly 30 years of PC-based instrumentation design and production. As a result, we're proud to give an industry-leading, five-year warranty on our products," said Gisela Hassler, CEO of Spectrum. "Furthermore, software and firmware updates are free of charge for the lifetime of the product. Support is done directly by our skilled in-house team of engineers - normally within a couple of hours after receiving the request."

www.spectrum-instrumentation.com

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