Eight-channel analog-to-digital converter for processing efficiency introduced by VadaTech

HENDERSON, Nev., 24 June 2015. VadaTech Inc. in Henderson, Nev., is introducing the ATC136 eight-channel analog-to-digital converter for high performance and processing efficiency in embedded computing.

Jun 24th, 2015
By Mil & Aero staff
By Mil & Aero staff

HENDERSON, Nev., 24 June 2015. VadaTech Inc. in Henderson, Nev., is introducing the ATC136 eight-channel analog-to-digital converter for high performance and processing efficiency in embedded computing.

The A/D converter offers with 10-bit at 2.6-gigasample-per-second performance. The board also has one 14-bit 2.8-gigasample-per-second digital-to-analog converter.

The ATC136 has a Virtex-7 field-programmable gate array (FPGA) and a 4-core PowerPC microprocessor. There is 4 gigabits of 64-bit DDR3 memory on the FPGA and 4 gigabytes on the PowerPC.

There also is Flash memory and a Removable MicroSD card. The front panel ports include eight SMA, JTAG, dual RJ-45, clock-in/sync out, and dual MicroUSB.

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VadaTech offers the ecosystem of commercial and rugged AdvancedTCA products including processors, chassis platforms, carriers, FPGAs, A/D and D/A converters, video mixers, switches, RTMs, and special boards. The company also offers a suite of AMC/MicroTCA boards and solutions.

For more information contact VadaTech online at www.vadatech.com.

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