Highlights

A Digital Wideband Receiver with High Speed and Low Noise

The Keysight M9203A is a low noise, high-speed PXIe digitizer / wideband digital receiver with programmable onboard processing. It features wide analog bandwidth and is ideal for wireless, radar, and satellite communication applications requiring wideband signal capture with high dynamic range. 

  • Dual-slot 3U PXIe 12-bit wideband digital receiver
  • 2 channels with 12-bit ADC resolution and a DC to 2 GHz frequency range
  • Up to 3.2 GS/s sampling rate in interleaved mode 
  • Up to 2 GHz instantaneous analog bandwidth 
  • Works with the Keysight U5340A FPGA development 
  • Large 4 GB DDR3 acquisition memory

On-Board Real-Time Processing

The M9203A includes a data processing unit (DPU) that controls module functionality, data flow, and real-time signal processing. This powerful feature allows data reduction and storage to be carried out at the digitizer level, minimizing transfer volumes and speeding up analysis.

The M9203A also provides open access to its onboard processing, field-programmable gate arrays (FPGAs). Through Keysight's FPGA Development Kityou gain a complete environment for the design, verification, and implementation of real-time, user-defined signal processing algorithms. This software bundle eliminates prerequisite design tool flow configuration, reducing upfront investment and minimizing risks.

M9203A front left view

Key Specifications

ADC Resolution
12-bit
Form Factor
PXIe
Modular
Max. Bandwidth
2 GHz
Max. Memory
4 GB
Number of Channels
2
1
Max Sample Rate
3.2 GSa/s
ADC Resolution
Form Factor
Max. Bandwidth
Max. Memory
Number of Channels
Max Sample Rate
12-bit
PXIe
Modular
2 GHz
4 GB
2
1
3.2 GSa/s
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ADC Resolution:
12-bit
Bandwidth:
2 GHz
Form Factor:
PXIe
Modular
Max. Bandwidth:
2 GHz
Max. Memory:
4 GB
Max Sample Rate:
3.2 GSa/s
Maximum Vertical Resolution:
12 bits
Number of Channels:
2
1
Platform:
PXIe
M9203A PXIe High-Speed Digitizer / Wideband Digital Receiver

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