General Purpose and Specialized Solutions
Guzik Technical Enterprises holds over 70 patents which form the basis for the various electronic, optic and mechanical innovations at the core of the products
ADC 6000 Series AXIe-1 Digital Acquisition and Processing Modules combine Keysight Technologies 8-bit analog-to-digital converter technology (up to 40 GSa/s and 13 GHz analog bandwidth) with built-in digital signal processing hardware and high-speed data transfer link to a computer
The Guzik WDM 5000 Waveform Digitizer Series provides high-speed waveform capture and analysis in a display-less rack-mounted format. In addition to disk drive head and media testing applications
Guzik signal analyzer performs all measurements digitally. The known disadvantage of a digital system, compared to an analog one, is a low processing speed. In order to overcome this problem, the D5000 Signal Analyzer uses a high-speed Digital Data Processor with speeds up to 2.5 GSa/s (for parametric measurements).
FPGA Networking/Processing Cards
DP 7000 Digital Processor with Optics, designed for evolving markets such as Real-Time Stream Processing for High-speed Data-acquisition (DAQ), High Performance Computing (HPC), Data Centre Infrastructure, AI Processing and Network applications. The processor takes advantage of the latest Intel 20 nm FPGA-s. which are 2.5X more powerful than in previous Guzik generation devices, fast Optics and DDR4 memory technology.
Guzik Fiber Optics to PCIe® bridge / FPGA Accelerator Card V2, 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.
Guzik general purpose, fiber optics to PCIe® bridge card with built in FPGA processing and on-board memory buffer.
Programmable integer clock divider is working with input signal frequencies up-to 14GHz and has static adjustment of the 1-256 division ratio through 8-bit front-panel dip-switches or via an optional rear-panel accessible mini-B USB connector. The low phase noise and jitter of the divider is critical for applications requiring precise synchronization between device clocks.