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    2. Summary of Information: Introducing ADQ14OCT – A 14-bit digitizer optimized for Swept-Source Optical Coherence Tomography

      Summary of Information: Introducing ADQ14OCT – A 14-bit digitizer optimized for Swept-Source Optical Coherence Tomography
      Signal Processing Devices, a manufacturer of high-performance digitizers today announces the release of ADQ14OCT , the latest member of the successful ADQ14 14-bit digitizer family. The ADQ14OCT is optimized for use in SS-OCT applications and contains all features necessary to support the acquisition of cross-sectional and volume images. The ADQ14OCT digitizer supports a variable-frequency clocking from a laser K-clock starting at 10 MHz and going up to 1000 MHz and high-dynamic ...
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  2. About Teledyne SP Devices

    Teledyne SP Devices

    Teledyne SP Devices designs and manufactures world-leading modular data acquisition and signal generation instruments. Our products utilize patented calibration logic, the latest data converters, and FPGA technology resulting in an unrivalled combination of high sampling rate and resolution. Products are available with a range of application-specific features and embedded, real-time signal processing. This helps our customers to overcome performance bottlenecks, shortens time-to-market, and provides system-level advantages within a wide range of application areas. SP Devices' products are employed across a wide variety of industries, including analytical instruments, remote sensing, scientific instrumentation, medical imaging, and more.