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The GC6016 supports one to 48 DUC/DDC channels across four transmit and eight receive streams with up to 155 million samples per second (MS/s) composite bandwidth at a price point of less than $65 in 1,000-unit quantities.
XScope can capture up to one million samples per second and visualize them in a software oscilloscope on the host; fast enough to monitor high-quality multi-channel audio at sample rates of 192kHz.
The ADS5281 family offers high resolution and sampling speeds of up to 65 million samples per second (MSPS), low noise performance and advanced digital features, which are critical in sensitive imaging applications like portable ultrasound and MRI equipment.
The eight new dsPIC33F 'GS' series digital-power DSCs enable digital control loops with 12 to 18 high-speed, 1 nanosecond (ns) resolution PWMs and one or two 10-bit, on-chip ADCs, providing 2 to 4 Million samples per second (MSPS) for low latency and high-resolution control.
The Cheetah board comes complete with CRI's own accelerated FFT processor, which has a very high processing performance of 60 million samples per second for one million point real FFTs.
The new AFE for an area charge-coupled device (CCD) converts up to 42 million samples per second (MSPS) of picture data with 10-bit resolution per sample, supporting next-generation, high-resolution digital camcorders and digital still/video cameras.
The USBee Suite captures hundreds of millions of samples at up to 24 million samples per second and lets users go directly to the section of data they want using the scroll wheel Quick Zoom or the Overview bar.
The flagship product - the KAD2710 - sets a new industry standard by operating at sampling rates of 275 million samples per second (MSPS) while saving more than 45% of the power required by currently shipping competitive products.