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The Spectrum M4i.66xx-x8 Series of arbitrary waveform generators are 16-bit digital to analogue converters. There are versions with 1.2 and 4 channels, with sample speeds up to 1,25GS/sec.
Up to 8 cards can be synchronized in one system. Synchronization with the analogue data acquisition maps from the M4i series is also possible.
All cards in the M4i.66xx-x8 Series have standard 2GSample on board memory. In FIFO mode, it is also possible to stream data from PC memory to the memory of the M4i.66xx8 card. In a PCI express-x8 or -x16 PC slot this can be done at a maximum speed of 2.8GB/sec.
All Spectrum arbitrary waveform cards also have features such as Single shot, Multiple replay (segmented memory), Gated replay and sequence mode. The M4i.66xx-x8 cards 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 licence of the Spectrum software SBench 6 and SPEasy generator is standard included.
Open the datasheet for detailed specifications of this product.
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