Highland Technology Inc. in San Francisco is offering the V350 four-channel VME-module analog/digital waveform generator for use in the creation of arbitrary waveshapes synchronized with logic-level outputs, as used in control systems, radar simulation, or other commercial off-the-shelf applications. The V350’s four waveform generators are capable of generating one 12-bit analog waveform and as many as four digital outputs. Channels can operate independently or can be synchronized within a module or across modules for operation at 40 MHz or programmed submultiples. The V350 generates waveforms by scanning sequential data points stored in user-loadable memory, with outputs processed by digital-to-analog converters, smoothing filters, and output amplifiers, under the control of a versatile microengine architecture. The V350 also features Self-test and Demo modes to allow the user to make quick evaluations and verifications of test data. The device is packaged on a 6U VME board, with front-panel connectors that are female SMA for waveform outputs, pulse outputs, clock and DB-9 female for two sync outputs and four logic inputs. The V350 Function Generator is available in a standard and in a conformal-coated, wide-temperature-range COTS version. For more information contact Highland Technology online at www.HighlandTechnology.com.