New DSP circuit speeds laser galvanometers

DECEMBER 13--NanoVia, LP (Londonderry, NH; www.nanovia.com) is now offering the DSPLogix, an innovative digital-signal-processing (DSP) circuit that allows users to modify, convert, or optimize signals used in motion-control hardware.

Dec 13th, 2002

DECEMBER 13--NanoVia, LP (Londonderry, NH; www.nanovia.com) is now offering the DSPLogix, an innovative digital-signal-processing (DSP) circuit that allows users to modify, convert, or optimize signals used in motion-control hardware. DSPLogix uses a patent-pending DSP circuit board that allows engineers and system integrators to incorporate custom-tailored control signals, optimizing motion-control systems such as galvanometers and CNC tables.

DSPLogix technology can take square-wave or sinusoidal signals generated by common motion-control cards and convert those signals into triangular wave, s-curve, trapezoidal, or even customized signals. The circuit board comes with software for program development and downloading into the DSP chipset. Custom DSP circuit boards are available for those who require addition functions or I/O input and outputs.

NanoVia utilizes its DSPLogix hardware in its own products as well as in custom products developed to improve the scanning speed of x,y galvanometers in laser processing, metrology, and medical imaging.

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