Spectrum offers flexible digital radio

Spectrum Signal Processing in Burnaby, British Columbia, is offering a flexible multi-platform digital radio that offers designers a modular system that is interoperable with VXI, ISA, PCI, and VME platforms and networks in single- and multiple-signal applications. The new radio, intended for applications that require software/digital radio receivers, consists of Spectrum`s MDC44DDC 50 MHz TIM module, MD70MAI 70 MS/s A-D converter TIM module, 50 kHz analog daughter module, and a cable kit. Users

Spectrum Signal Processing in Burnaby, British Columbia, is offering a flexible multi-platform digital radio that offers designers a modular system that is interoperable with VXI, ISA, PCI, and VME platforms and networks in single- and multiple-signal applications. The new radio, intended for applications that require software/digital radio receivers, consists of Spectrum`s MDC44DDC 50 MHz TIM module, MD70MAI 70 MS/s A-D converter TIM module, 50 kHz analog daughter module, and a cable kit. Users can daisy chain the units to form a "one tuner, many signals" system, company officials say. - J.K.

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