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Emerson included several key features in its AMS Device
Manager host software suite to support process automation
end users when integrating FDI-enabled products. Traditional
HART instrumentation will see continued support with this
release of AMS Device Manager.
For more information, please visit www.fieldcommgroup.
org.
Digitizers and AWGs Now Support
NVIDIA Clara™
Spectrum Instrumentation
now offers driver support
for the NVIDIA Clara
AGX™, a universal computing
architecture for the
next generation of AI medical
instruments. The new
drivers enable scientists
and developers to choose from 64 different Spectrum Digitizers,
Arbitrary Waveform Generators (AWGs) and Digital I/O
cards, letting the NVIDIA Clara AGX kit perform high-speed
electronic signal acquisition and generation for analog and
digital signals. With the big variety of cards to choose from,
users can exactly match their electronic signal requirements.
For example, the digitizer cards can be used to acquire signals
in the DC to GHz frequency ranges by sampling them at
rates from 5 MS/s up to a maximum of 5 GS/s. Similarly, the
AWG cards can be used to produce signals with almost any
wave shape and frequency content, from DC to 400 MHz, by
outputting samples at speeds from 40 MS/s up to 1.25 GS/s.
Individual analog cards offer one, two, four or eight channel
capability. Digital I/O cards and Digital Data Acquisition cards
allow the acquisition of digital data at rates up to 720 MS/s and
can generate digital patterns at up to 125 MS/s. There are different
interface options for TTL and LVDS available.
Adding a Spectrum card to the Clara system allows sensor
signals to be acquired, generated, stored and processed. Data
can be streamed between the cards, the processor and the GPU.
In fact, the high-speed parallel processing capabilities of the
GPU make it an ideal platform for handling the large volumes
of data that can be acquired and generated by the Spectrum
products. Spectrum already offers SCAPP (Spectrum's CUDA
Access for Parallel Processing) to make GPU-based data processing
easily achievable, even at the fastest streaming rates.
More information about Spectrum can be found at http://
www.spectrum-instrumentation.com.
Thermal-Visible Camera for Unmanned
Systems
Teledyne FLIR, part of Teledyne Technologies Incorporated,
has announced the release of its high-performance Hadron
640R combined radiometric thermal and visible dual camera
August 2022
module. The Hadron 640R
design is optimized for integration
into unmanned
aircraft systems (UAS), unmanned
ground vehicles
(UGV), robotic platforms,
and emerging AI-ready applications
where battery life and run time are mission critical.
The 640 × 512 resolution Boson longwave infrared (LWIR)
thermal camera inside the Hadron 640R can see through total
darkness, smoke, most fog, glare, and provide temperature
measurements for every pixel in the scene. The addition of the
high definition 64 MP visible camera enables the Hadron 640R
to provide both thermal and visible imagery compatible with
today's on-device processors for AI and machine-learning applications
at the edge.
The Hadron 640R reduces development costs and time-tomarket
for integrators and original equipment manufacturer
(OEM) product developers by offering a complete system
through a single supplier, Teledyne FLIR. This includes offering
drivers for market-leading processors from NVIDIA,
Qualcomm, and more, plus industry-leading integration support
and service from a support team of experts. It also offers
flexible 60 Hz video output via USB or MIPI compatibility.
Hadron 640R is a dual use product and is classified under US
Department of Commerce jurisdiction.
For more information, please visit http://www.teledyneflir.
com.
Signal Generators Support up to 30 GHz
Mini-Circuits now offers a
high-quality alternative to
industry-standard signal
generators for applications
up to 30 GHz at a fraction
of the cost. The SSG-30GRC
system comprises the
popular SSG-15G-RC 15
GHz signal generator and
the unique frequency extender module (FX-30G-RC), which
incorporates frequency doubling, gain control and harmonic
filtering for contiguous coverage from 10 MHz to 30 GHz. It
is a highly-capable, cost-effective solution for high-frequency
testing in the 5G FR2 bands, K- and Ku-band radar, Satcom
and more.
Features:
◗ 10 MHz to 30 GHz, -47 to +23 dBm
◗ Sweep and hop over frequency and power
◗ Fine resolution: 0.1 to 0.2 Hz, 0.1 to 0.5 dB
◗ Pulse modulation with 0.5 μs pulse width
◗ GUI Software, API and all required accessories included
Find more information at http://www.minicircuits.com.
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