Real-Time RF Wideband Applications
- 5G NR and pre-5G Modulation IF/RF test solution
- 802.11 WLAN, Wireless HD, WiGig, IEEE 802.11ad, IEEE 802.11ay test solution
- Aerospace, defense, satellite, pulse radar, EW, automotive radar test and system integration solutions
ADP7000 Series 10-bit Digitizers - New
The digitizers feature 10-bit Keysight Analog to Digital A/D converters with sampling rates up to 2×32 Gsa/s and analog bandwidth up to 10 GHz combined with digital processor. 128 GBytes of acquisition memory and real-time streaming Optical Data Interfaces (ODI).
DP7000 Digital Processor with Fiber Optics
Real-Time Stream Processing for High-speed Data-acquisition, High Performance Computing, Data Centre Infrastructure, AI machine learning/ processing and Network applications. The processor features Intel/Altera 20 nm Arria™ 10 FPGA-s, Fiber Optics and DDR4 memory technology.
Fiber Optics to PCIe® bridge Card
Enables evolving markets such as High-speed Data-acquisition, High Performance Computing and Networking to take advantage of the latest Optics and Hybrid Memory Cube technology.
Articles and Publications
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Samtec FireFly™ Routes Data over PCBs in New Guzik ADP7000 Series Digitizers for 5G NR
The ADCs are combined with FPGAs, 128 GB memory and streaming Optical Data Interfaces (ODI).
Optical Data Interface (ODI) for connecting test instruments
“Optical Standard Boosts Data to Instruments, SDR, 5G” – Oct 2, 2017 by Martin Rowe EE|Times
Digitizer Squarely Aimed at 5G Applications
Looking at tools for 5G wireless development and test, take a look at the ADP7000 series of digitizers and combined processing modules.
NIST Utilizes AXIe Digitizer for 5G Channel Sounding
National Institute of Standards and Technology | NIST utilized the Guzik ADC6000 AXIe Digitizer for their 5G channel sounder project
Samtec FireFly™ Enables Cascading of Guzik DP 7000 Digital Processors
The computing demands of high-performance applications like HPC, machine learning and high-speed communications are driven