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PCIe Digitizers and Related Product

The Keysight high-speed digitizers product line in PCI Express (PCIe) gradually replace the previous PCI and cPCI form factors and covers a wide range of specifications and capabilities:

  • 100 MS/s to 8 GS/s on one or more channels, high bandwidths
  • Multiple resolutions
  • Flexible acquisition memory at various resolutions
  • Fast data throughput
  • On-board real-time signal processing using FPGA

Our products can be tuned to meet the highest measurement needs in commercial, industrial, physics, aerospace and defense applications.

High-speed digitizers as OEM components

If you plan to design-in high speed data converters as OEM components into your own products, Keysight provides you the latest ADC technology and knowledge to support your project development. Typical OEM applications include medical imaging, non-destructive testing, data storage and semi-conductor testing, environmental monitoring and radar.

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Broadband FFT Spectrometer for Radio and Millimeter Astronomy Article Reprint
The core architecture, tests in the lab and first results of a Fast Fourier Transform spectrometer are described in this document

Article 2008-04-02

PC-Based Hard Disk Storage Testing Platform for Position Error Signal Generation
This paper describes a high-performance Servo control system for enhancement of spin stand Servo performance.

Article 2008-03-19

Measurement of the Real Time Fill-Pattern at the Australian Synchrotron
This article describes the development, commissioning and operation of a Fill-Pattern Monitor (FPM) for the Australian Synchrotron that measures the real-time intensity distribution of the electron bunches in the storage ring.

Article 2008-03-05