PXIe High-Speed Digitizer/Wideband Digital Receiver / 12-bit / 3.2 GS/s / FPGA Signal Processing
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- 2 channels with 12-bit resolution and a DC to 2 GHz frequency range, up to 3.2 GS/s sampling rate in interleaved mode
- On-board memory and acquisition control using a large Xilinx FPGA support for custom real-time processing (-FDK
- Dedicated firmware options such as Triggered simultaneous acquisition and readout (-TSR), Real-time digital down-conversion (-DDC)
- Dedicated options for applications such as Digitizer streaming and recording (-CB0), Digital down-conversion streaming and recording (-CB2)
The Keysight M9203A is a low noise, 12-bit PXIe high-speed digitizer/ wideband digital receiver with programmable on-board processing. With a wide analog bandwidth, this high-speed digitizer is ideal for applications requiring wideband signal capture and very high dynamic range. The M9203A is a dual-slot 3U PXIe 12-bit wideband digital receiver running at 3.2 GS/s, up to 2 GHz instantaneous analog bandwidth and providing a large 4 GB DDR3 acquisition memory. The M9203A features a large Xilinx FPGA that can implement different functionalities depending on the selected firmware option. Dedicated functions can also be implemented on board, allowing support of various applications. Furthermore, Keysight is supporting the deployment of custom processing algorithm on this digitizer with the U5340A FPGA development kit. Integrating algorithms minimizes the need for additional circuitry and exploit the full density and speed of the digitizer.