Datel offers new VME A-D converter board

Designers at Datel Inc. of Mansfield, Mass., are offering their DVME-614K high-speed analog-to-digital-converter board for VME systems. Datel officials say the board is for fast Fourier transforms, digital signal processing, or array processing front ends. The multichannel-input board offers dual 12-bit channels with simultaneous channel sampling at 5 MHz, and has a non-bus burst parallel port for non-stop data recording. The board`s analog section is for high signal quality and very low dynamic

Jun 1st, 1998

Designers at Datel Inc. of Mansfield, Mass., are offering their DVME-614K high-speed analog-to-digital-converter board for VME systems. Datel officials say the board is for fast Fourier transforms, digital signal processing, or array processing front ends. The multichannel-input board offers dual 12-bit channels with simultaneous channel sampling at 5 MHz, and has a non-bus burst parallel port for non-stop data recording. The board`s analog section is for high signal quality and very low dynamic noise. It has circuits to acquire and sample signals on parallel channels at the same time. It is suited to monitoring noisy inputs such as telemetry receivers or RF/IF channels. For more information, contact Datel by phone at 508-339-3000, by fax at 508-339-6356, or on the World Wide Web at http://www.datel.com/. - J.K.

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