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ICS-1572  (GE Intelligent Platforms)
2-channel, 250 MHz 16-bit ADC, 2-channel 500 MHz 16-bit DAC XMC Module

Product Highlights

- 2 Transformer-coupled Analog Inputs, 16-bits, Fs<250 MHz per channel - 2 Transformer-coupled Analog Outputs, 16-bits, Fs<500 MHz per channel - Xilinx Virtex-6 LX240T User Programmable FPGA standard, other devices available as an option - PCIe x8 Master/Target Burst Mode DMA capable - VxWorks and other software drivers

Product Description

The ICS-1572 ADC/DAC transceiver XMC module is designed to act as a powerful link between the analog world of sensors and the digital world of computing. It can be deployed in the most demanding radar, signals intelligence, communications and test & measurement applications. The board features 16-bit data acquisition at up to 250 MHz and the latest Xilinx Virtex-6 FPGA processor delivers unprecedented performance in a cost-effective, compact, lightweight form factor.

The ICS-1572 delivers speeds of up to 250 MHz where typical 16-bit solutions are limited to frequencies of 200 MHz or less. The ICS-1572 uses the latest generation FPGA from Xilinx, providing significantly more processing power than products based on earlier generations and reducing the load on the back-end processing engine.

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