The CPCI-14-1 high-speed, dual-channel analog input board for CompactPCI is for high-performance applications such as I/Q quadrature demodulations, communications, radar, medical MRI receivers, and event capture. Packaged in a rugged 3U Eurocard form factor, the CPCI-14-1 provides the highest possible signal-to-noise ratio (SNR) and spurious-free dynamic range (SFDR) at sampling frequencies from 1 to 10 MHz within a 0 to 70C range.
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