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    1. New software library from AlazarTech breaks speed barrier – 6.9 GB/s sustained GPU-based OCT imaging

      New software library from AlazarTech breaks speed barrier – 6.9 GB/s sustained GPU-based OCT imaging

      AlazarTech®, a manufacturer of high-performance, low-cost PC-Based Instruments, today announced the release of version 4.0 of ATS-GPU-BASE ™ with greatly increased data transfer rates, and ATS-GPU-OCT. ATS-GPU-BASE is a software library that allows users to transfer data acquired by AlazarTech PCI Express waveform digitizers to a CUDA ® -enabled Graphical Processing unit (GPU) at sustained transfer rates as high as 6.9 GB/s for PCIe Gen 3 digitizers. Add-on libraries allow users to perform additional signal processing on data captured into GPU memory by ATS-GPU-BASE. Download ATS-GPU-BASE Datasheet Download ATS-GPU-OCT Datasheet Download high resolution image The ATS-GPU-OCT add-on library provides ...

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    2. New low-cost 12 bit, 50 MS/s PCI Express waveform digitizer from AlazarTech

      New low-cost 12 bit, 50 MS/s PCI Express waveform digitizer from AlazarTech

      AlazarTech , a manufacturer of high-performance, low-cost PC Based Instruments, today announced the release of AlazarTech ATS ® 9130, a dual-channel 50 MS/s, 12 bit waveform digitizer based on the single-lane Gen1 PCI Express bus. ATS9130 features two simultaneous analog input channels that can each be sampled at rates up to 50 MS/s with 12 bit vertical resolution. Each channel has 25 MHz of full power analog input bandwidth and up to 8 Megasamples of on-board acquisition memory buffer. With software selectable attenuation, users can achieve an input voltage range of ±40 mV to ±20 V. “ATS9130 is a continuation ...

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    3. Position for Application Engineer in OCT, based in Shenzhen, China

      Position for Application Engineer in OCT, based in Shenzhen, China

      AlazarTech, a manufacturer of high-performance, low‑cost PC-Based Instruments, invites applications for the position of Application Engineer to work in the Shenzhen office of Scott Engineering Ltd. to provide pre-sales and post-sales technical sales support to AlazarTech customers, test and calibrate AlazarTech products, and assist customers in adapting example programs supplied by AlazarTech to their specific needs. Responsibilities include: Communicating with customers to understand their application and matching it to the appropriate AlazarTech product Making remote and on-site demonstrations of AlazarTech products for customers (pre-sales) Testing and verifying products received from AlazarTech prior to shipment to customer, as added Quality ...

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    4. New software allows DMA of data from AlazarTech waveform digitizers to GPU at up to 6.9 GB/s with very low latency

      New software allows DMA of data from AlazarTech waveform digitizers to GPU at up to 6.9 GB/s with very low latency

      AlazarTech, a manufacturer of high-performance, low-cost PC-Based Instruments, today announced the release of ATS-GMA™, a software library that allows users to DMA data from its PCI Express waveform digitizers to AMD Radeon™ Pro Graphical Processing Units (GPUs) at rates up to 6.9 GB/s with latency as low as 100 μs. Though the powerful processing capabilities and high-speed graphical memory bus make GPUs perfectly suited for signal processing applications, direct DMA from hardware devices to the GPU’s on-board memory can be problematic. In the case of a waveform digitizer, users must manually copy data returned from the waveform ...

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    5. New low-cost 12 bit, 20 MS/s PCI Express waveform digitizer by AlazarTech

      New low-cost 12 bit, 20 MS/s PCI Express waveform digitizer by AlazarTech

      AlazarTech, a manufacturer of high-performance, low-cost PC Based Instruments, today announced the release of ATS9120 ®, a dual-channel 20 MS/s, 12 bit waveform digitizer based on the single-lane Gen1 PCI Express bus. ATS9120 ® features two simultaneous analog input channels that can each be sampled at rates up to 20 MS/s with 12 bit vertical resolution. Each channel has 10 MHz of full power analog input bandwidth. With software selectable attenuation, users can achieve an input voltage range of ±40 mV to ±20 V. ATS9120 ® uses an on-board FIFO to temporarily store ADC data before DMAing it to motherboard memory ...

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