VME board handles four inputs

Dubbed the DVME-614M, the VME-based A/D input board provides four 16-bit A/D channels with simultaneous sampling on each channel at 200 kHz per channel. Developed for fast Fourier transform, digital-signal processing, or array-processor front-ends, the board features a nonbus parallel port for seamless, nonstop recording applications. The board`s A/D data are passed to an on-board FIFO data memory, allowing for the continuous streaming collection of analog data with nonstop converter clocking

Mar 1st, 1999

VME board handles four inputs

Dubbed the DVME-614M, the VME-based A/D input board provides four 16-bit A/D channels with simultaneous sampling on each channel at 200 kHz per channel. Developed for fast Fourier transform, digital-signal processing, or array-processor front-ends, the board features a nonbus parallel port for seamless, nonstop recording applications. The board`s A/D data are passed to an on-board FIFO data memory, allowing for the continuous streaming collection of analog data with nonstop converter clocking as data are simultaneously read from the FIFO. Data can be transferred to mass-storage peripherals such as disk or graphics display via the host computer bus interface under host control. Prices start at $2895. Datel Inc., 11 Cabot Blvd., Mansfield, MA 02048; (508) 339-3000; Fax: (508) 339-6356.

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