San Diego, CA – Pentek, Inc. has released its Model 7150 High Speed Data Converter, featuring four 200 MHz 16-bit A/Ds and a pair of Xilinx Virtex-5 FPGAs. The 7150 is the first in the 715x series and targets products requiring wider bandwidths and improved dynamic range over current solutions.
One Virtex-5 is dedicated to interface connectivity and the other towards real-time signal processing, and both FPGAs are available in different sizes and types. The company claims this combination is well suited for detecting very small signals across a wide range of frequencies.
Pricing of the PMC version of the Model 7150 starts at $13,500 US. The 135 MHz version of the 7150 is currently shipping. The 200 MHz version will be available 14-16 weeks ARO. For more info visit www.pentek.com
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