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The Spectrum DN2.66x series LXI arbitrary waveform generators are 16-bit digital to analog converters. These stand-alone instruments have a built-in web server and a Gbit Ethernet connector for programming from a PC or connection in a LAN network. There are five versions with 2, 4 or 8 channels, with sample rates up to 1.25GS/sec/channel. All LXI units in the DN2.66x series have 64MSample on board memory / channel.
In FIFO mode it is also possible to stream data from the PC memory or from the optional embedded server to the memory of the DN2.66x units. All Spectrum Netbox arbitrary waveform generator units also have options like Multiple replay (segmented memory), Gated replay and sequence mode.
The DN2.66x arbitrary waveform generators come with an extensive package of software support:
Drivers for Windows and Linux operating systems (32 bit and 64 bit) are included.
Example programs and drivers for C/C++, LabVIEW (Windows), MATLAB (Windows and Linux), LabWindows/CVI, IVI, .NET, Delphi, Visual Basic and Python are available.
A basic license of the Spectrum software SBench 6 is also included.
If you need more than 8 channels, there is also the DN6.66x series with up to 24 channels.
The DN2.65x series is similar to the DN2.66x series but has a lower Samples rate.
Or the version with PCI-express cards where we go up to 32 channels. See for this the M4i.66x series.
For a complete overview of the Spectrum arbitrary waveform generators I would like to refer you to the overview page.
For standalone arbitrary waveform generators we also have a separate overview page.
Open the datasheet for detailed specifications of this product.
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