Agilent unveils SVM3500 quad-channel 12-bit digitiser
26 August 2009 00:00 in Scientific
Agilent has announced the launch of the SVM3500 - a quad-channel 12-bit digitiser allowing channel interleaving to provide sampling up to 2 GS/s.
The VME/VXS module, which simultaneously provides wide input signal bandwidth and dynamic range, has an analog bandwidth of over 2 GHz and is designed for applications in electronic warfare, synthetic instrumentation and radar.
Expanding on the existing U1083A VME/VXS base card with a four 12-bit, 500 MS/s ADC analog digitaliser mezzanine, the SVM3500 features a circuit which distributes an external clock throughout the mezzanine, in phase, in anti-phase, or in quadrature with "very low added jitter", according to the firm.
It is a piece of equipment ideal for organisations dealing with technology-related threats, Agilent adds, and offers "better clutter rejection, range and target differentiation now attainable without massive reinvestment".
Working in areas such as mobile phone testing, disease causes and cures and the safe development of medicines, Agilent works closely with researchers, engineers and scientists around the globe.
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