Based on PXI Express industry standard the modular architecture can easily scale to hundreds of channels, while keeping the required space to a minimum. The compact form size enables up to 4 generator output channels and 2 digitizer input channels to occupy only 3 PXI slots. So for synchronized, phase coherent, multi-channel applications such as quantum physics and radar applications the Proteus arbitrary waveform transceiver is an ideal, space efficient and cost effective solution.
The desktop version of the Proteus series offers up to 12 channels in a 4U, half 19″ dedicated chassis. The compact form size and small footprint saves valuable bench space. So for synchronized, phase coherent, multi-channel applications such as quantum physics and radar applications the Proteus arbitrary waveform transceiver is an ideal, space efficient and cost effective solution.
The benchtop version of the Proteus series offers up to 12 channels in a 4U, 19″ benchtop box. With a 9″ touch display and on-board PC the benchtop platform enables users to program the instrument without the need of an external PC. Users can program the instrument from the on-board PC using various programming environments such as Matlab, LabView, Python,and more. So for synchronized, phase coherent, multi-channel applications such as quantum physics and radar applications the Proteus arbitrary waveform transceiver is an ideal, high performance and cost effective solution.
The new series offers an innovative task oriented sequence programming where user can change the full instrument set up at every line of the task table. In addition, not only can users of the Proteus series instruments generate and download waveforms simultaneously, they can stream data directly to the FPGA without the need to use the built in memory. This enables generating random, unique and infinitely long scenarios directly from the controlling PC at DAC speeds of up to 6GS/s. So no matter whether your scenario is extremely complex, infinite or even dynamic you can generate it with the Proteus series model.
Spending more time setting up your generated scenario than actually running it? The PCI Express Gen 3×8 lanes connection enables up to 64Gb/s of data transfer speed. This enables the Proteus arbitrary waveform transceiver to offer the fastest waveform download available
on the market today, saving you one of your most valuable resources- time.
Many of today’s applications require conditional waveform generation depending on input signals from the environment. The Proteus arbitrary waveform transceiver flawlessly integrates both DAC and ADC in one system, controlled by a single FPGA for optimal synchronization and minimum latency. This high speed control system provides a feedback loop for fast decision making on the fly with minimum latency.
Dual, four, six, eight and twelve channel 1.25GS/s, 2.5GS/s and 9GS/s 16 bit configurations
9GHz Bandwidth, dual channel 2.7GS/s or single channel 5.4GS/s 12 bit digitizer option for feedback control system and conditional waveform generation
Real time data streaming directly to the FPGA for continuous and infinite waveform generation.
Integrated NCO for digital upconverting to microwave frequencies
Innovative task oriented sequence programming for maximum flexibility to generate any imaginable scenario
PXIe Module, Desktop and Benchtop versions
Up to 16GS/s waveform memory with the ability to simultaneously generate and download waveforms
User customizable FPGA for demodulation, digital filtering and application specific solutions.
Excellent phase noise and spurious performance
Easily scalable to hundreds of channels