Touted as the industry’s fastest device in its class, the PXI Express digitizer delivers bandwidths greater than 3 GHz, sample rates beyond 10 GS/s, data throughput of more than 600 MB/s and multi-module synchronization capabilities. The device, which is the product of collaborative development by National Instruments and Tektronix, brings extremely high performance to demanding high-speed applications such as those found in physics and experimental research, aerospace and defense, communications, semiconductor and consumer electronics industries. Tektronix’s ASICs and design expertise provide the basis for high-speed signal acquisition with low noise and high linearity, delivering superior signal integrity. National Instruments’ graphical system design software, proprietary Synchronization and Memory Core (SMC) technology and expertise in PC-based instrumentation offer high data throughput for faster test execution and precision multi-module timing and synchronization capability for building high-channel-count and integrated test systems. The digitizer will integrate with other PXI instruments and NI LabVIEW software for instrument control and automation, NI LabWindows/CVI ANSI C software development environment and Microsoft Visual Studio .NET development tools to offer a range of programming options. The first shipments of the new digitizer will be available from National Instruments in 2010, with lead user engagements continuing through the end of 2009. NATIONAL INSTRUMENTS, Austin, TX. (888) 280-7645.
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