Eight channel 500MHz digitizer has spare FPGA capacity

June 14, 2019 //By Nick Flaherty
Teledyne SP Devices has launched a flexible digitizer board with high channel density and an open FPGA architecture for Original Equipment Manufacturer (OEM) product integration as well as large-scale physics installations.
Teledyne SP Devices has launched an eight channel, 500MHz digitizer board with high channel density and an open FPGA architecture for Original Equipment Manufacturer (OEM) product integration as well as large-scale physics installations.

The ADQ8-8C digitizer allows for compact and cost-efficient multi-channel system design. The analog front-end (AFE) of ADQ8-8C supports a wide variety of detectors and can therefore be used in many applications such as particle physics, scientific instruments, time-of-flight applications, and more.

“The combination of high channel density, advanced AFE, customizable real-time signal processing, and high data streaming rate makes this product a great fit both for systems based on a single board as well as large multi-channel systems consisting of a large number of boards,” said Jan-Erik Eklund, Digitizer Product Manager at Teledyne SP Devices in Linkopin, Sweden.

The AFE has programmable DC-offset, input voltage range, and input impedance (50Ω and 1 MΩ) with a 500 MHz analog input bandwidth. A  Xilinx FPGA has resources available for customized real-time digital signal processing, and there is 1 GByte on-board for the acquisition memory and up to 3.2 GByte/s data transfer to a host PC.

It is available in PXI Express and MTCA.4 formats

spdevices.com/products/hardware/10-bit-digitizers/ADQ8-8C


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