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TRIO announces the availability of ADLINK’s new 4-channel 12-bit 80 MS/s PCI Express digitiser

TRIO Test & Measurement introduces the ADLINK PCIe-9814 featuring
four simultaneously sampled 80 MS/s input channels with 12-bit resolution, 40
MHz bandwidth, and up to 1 GB DDR3 onboard memory.

Offering compellingly accurate high dynamic performance in 76 dB SFDR,
64 dB SNR, and -75 dB THD, with up to 640 MB/s data streaming and value added
functionality, the new PCIe-9814 digitiser delivers enhanced price/performance as
well as maximum optimisation for radar testing, power management monitoring,
and non-destructive testing applications.

The PCIe-9814 ‘s 80 MS/s sampling and 40 MHz signal bandwidth easily
meet the requirements of medium frequency (0.1mHz to 30mHz) radar signal
reception from IF radar receivers. The PCIe-9814 provides external digital
trigger input for synchronous trigger radar signalling, while three extra
synchronous digital inputs receive radar synch pulse signals or GPS IRIG-B code
to support radar signal markers or synchronous time stamping used in radar

Key features of ADLINK’s PCIe-9814 digitisers include FPGA-based
31-order FIR digital filter supporting noise reduction when signal content is
20 MHz or less; noise effects reduced efficiently and signal visibility
increased by rejecting out-of-band and background noise and unexpected high
frequency signals, all with no extra programming demands; FPGA-based FIR
digital filter performing much faster than on the host, with no host CPU
bandwidth occupied; support for Windows 8 and Windows 7 operating systems; and
full compatibility with third-party software such as LabVIEW and Visual

ADLINK’s measurement APIs additionally allow easy
conversion of basic voltage/time measurement results with no extra programming

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