High-speed input output (HSIO) component connections are made via the PCIe, or peripheral component interconnect express interface standard.
A number of PCIe slots are available on every motherboard for high-performance computers, and these slots can be used to install GPUs, RAID cards, WiFi cards, or SSD (solid-state drive) add-on cards.
The global PCle digitizer card market accounted for $XX Billion in 2021 and is anticipated to reach $XX Billion by 2030, registering a CAGR of XX% from 2022 to 2030.
Two PCle digitizer cards from Spectrum Instrumentation have been released, raising the bar for performance in PC-based instrumentation. The cards sample signals at rates up to an astonishing 6.4 GSPS using the most recent 12-bit analog-to-digital converter (ADC) technology.
Their capacity to move vast amounts of data across the PCIe interface sets them apart as well. They gathered data at an astounding pace of 12.8 Gbps using 16-lane Generation 3 technology.
They can run constantly at the full 6.4 GSPS sampling rate and easily transfer collected data to the PC environment thanks to their speed, which is over two times faster than other PCIe digitizers currently on the market.
The most recent CPUs and CUDA-based GPUs can be used to store or process the data once it has arrived at the PC.A single-channel 6.4 GSPS card (M5i.3330-x16) and a dual-channel card are the two new digitizer cards (M5i.3337-x16).
The dual-channel variant delivers 6.4 GSPS sampling on a single channel or simultaneous 3.2 GSPS sampling on both channels. The digitizer designs include fully functional front-end circuits with > 2 GHz bandwidth, adjustable full-scale ranges from 200 mV to 2.5 V, and variable offset in order to handle a wide range of signals.
The dynamic range offered by 12-bit ADCs is extraordinary, 16 times that of 8-bit digitizers and the majority of digital oscilloscopes. With this increased resolution, voltage measurements are more accurately made, and users may catch and analyze tiny signal characteristics that are sometimes lost by lesser resolution instruments.
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