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GaGe rolls out PCI Express digitizer line

Posted: 23 Apr 2013 ?? ?Print Version ?Bookmark and Share

Keywords:GaGe? PCI Express? digitizers? test & measurement? oscilloscope?

A new line of ultra-high-speed PCI Express digitizers has been debut by digitizer and oscilloscope manufacturer GaGe. The CobraMax is a single-slot PCI Express (PCIe) card with one or two digitizing channels and sampling rates up to 4 GS/s per channel with 1.5GHz input bandwidth.

"CobraMax digitizers provide the most powerful combination of speed, memory, and bandwidth in a single PCIe digitizer card," said Patrick Cassady, Executive Vice President of DynamicSignals LLC.

With up to 32 GS of on-board acquisition memory, the CobraMax provides up to 8 times more memory than any other digitizer available on the market today and is ideal for users interested in real-time data capture, streaming, or triggered event capture. For high-channel count applications, several CobraMax cards may be combined to provide up to 16 simultaneous channels in a single system.

"Combined with a wide portfolio of advanced acquisition features such as data streaming to disc, powerful on-board signal processing FPGA firmware, and up to 7.6 effective number of bits (ENOB), CobraMax digitizers are the ideal choice for the most challenging test & measurement applications," Cassady added.

Applications include wireless communications, military & aerospace, manufacturing test, signal intelligence, non-destructive testing, time-of-flight mass spectrometry, electro-optic, radar/lidar, laser optics, etc.

Programming-free operation with GageScope PC oscilloscope software and software development kits for C/C++, MATLAB, and LabVIEW are also available.

Further information regarding the CobraMax Family of CompuScope products can be found here.

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