Loughborough unveils SHARC board for test uses

Officials of Loughborough Sound Images in Loughborough, England, are introducing their PCI/166-P2 SHARC board with two SHARC digital signal processors from Analog Devices of Norwood, Mass. These boards, which Loughborough officials say are for applications in test, instrumentation, and audio applications, include a PCI mezzanine card module site for I/O and a high-speed 32-bit PCI interface. The board accommodates applications with as many as 16 input channels, where an analog stimulus triggers

May 1st, 1998

Officials of Loughborough Sound Images in Loughborough, England, are introducing their PCI/166-P2 SHARC board with two SHARC digital signal processors from Analog Devices of Norwood, Mass. These boards, which Loughborough officials say are for applications in test, instrumentation, and audio applications, include a PCI mezzanine card module site for I/O and a high-speed 32-bit PCI interface. The board accommodates applications with as many as 16 input channels, where an analog stimulus triggers acquisition of data at fast rates. Potential applications include acoustic sensing in sonar and seismic equipment, noise and vibration analysis, and test and measurement. For more information, contact Loughborough`s Sarah Haslam by phone at 011-44-1509-634444, or on the World Wide Web at http://www. lsi-dsp.com/. - J.K.

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