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Additional features and benefits of the AFE7070 * Space-efficient, cost-effective: Direct digital synthesis with 32-bit NCO and LVDS output buffer for frequency translation.
com)-- Geotest today announced the introduction of the GX1120, a two channel, PXI instrument that features both arbitrary waveform and direct digital synthesis (DDS) modes of operation - providing outstanding flexibility for generating custom or periodic waveforms.
It enables designers to use direct digital synthesis of high-frequency signals, thereby simplifying the system design and reducing the number of discrete components required in advanced satellite, aircraft, and terrestrial communications systems.
Arbitrary, DDS or Both Arbitrary waveform generators are typically available with one of two technologies, either True Arbitrary or Direct Digital Synthesis (DDS).
The NI PXIe-6544/45 modules include enhanced timing and synchronization features, such as an onboard direct digital synthesis (DDS) clock that provides subhertz resolution ranging from DC to 200 MHz.
ADI's new offerings include a comprehensive suite of 12 RF amplifiers and new phase lock loop (PLL) and direct digital synthesis (DDS) synthesizers.
With performance tested up to 20 Giga-samples per second, the Pulse~LINK DAC can perform direct digital synthesis of any UWB pulse shape or narrowband carrier between DC and 10Ghz of spectrum.
This is the ideal solution for using Direct Digital Synthesis techniques in high bandwidth applications such as wideband transceivers, high-speed modems, Automatic Test Equipment, arbitrary waveform generators and radar equipment.