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Introducing cutting-edge I/O without the increased investment and risk required to include such new technology in larger, fully custom products. The XU-TX is an XMC module which features two AC-coupled single-ended 16-bit DAC outputs with programmable DC bias. The DAC devices employed support synchronization, interpolation, and their unique output circuits allow improved frequency synthesis in the 2nd Nyquist zone. This can shift the Nyquist null frequency in the output spectrum to two times the typical Nyquist null frequency. The maximum sample rate of the DAC IC is 12 GSPS, the maximum external direct clocking rate is 6 GSPS and the on board PLL can generate clocks up to 4.8 GHz. The DACs' JESD 204B interfaces can stream data with transfer rates up to 6 GSPS. The XA Family provides an extremely economical solution for real-time, FPGA-accelerated stimulus-response applications such as RADAR, LIDAR, optical servo or medical scanning. Mated with one of our rugged, embedded PCs, the XA-160M becomes an autonomous, self-booting instrument with dual, 10 GbE connectivity " perfect for distributed instrumentation. Applications: High Speed Arbitrary Wave Generation, Wireless MIMO transmitter, RADAR Waveforms, Electronic Warfare, Medical Scanning & Imaging, Optical servo, LIDAR, Servo Control, High speed stimulus-repsonse &

FEATURES

  • XU Series 4GB component memory system Eight x 16 2400 MHZ DDR4 SDRAM sync bandwidth of 20 GB/s! One x 18 600 MHz QDR SRAM bandwidth to 72 Mbit
  • XU-TX 12 GSPS - 2 channel 16-bit transmitter
  • XU-RX 4 GSPS - 2 channel 12-bit receiver
  • XU-RT 2.8 GSPS - 2 channel 12-bit transceiver
  • XA-160 - two 160 MSPS A/Ds, Two 615 MSPS DACs & Artix-7 excellent for stimulus response, ultrasound & servo control
  • XA-RX - eight 125 MSPS A/Ds & Artix-7 - excellent for RADAR & high speed servo control
  • XA-TX - eight 300 MSPS DACs & Artix-7 - excellent for Transmitter, RADAR & Pulse Generation

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