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U5310A 10-bit ADC Card

from 5 GS/s to 10 GS/s, with real-time processing

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The U5310A is a true two channel PCIe, DC coupled 10-bit DAQ card (or ADC card), providing sample rates up to 10 GS/s. With 10-bit resolution across a wide 2.5 GHz bandwidth, and real-time processing capabilities, this high-speed signal acquisition card is designed for embedded OEM applications in a variety of advanced imaging and processing systems.

Featuring unique spurious-free dynamic range (SFDR) and signal noise ratio (SNR) performances in high frequencies, especially at 250 mV full scale range (FSR), the U5310A PCIe digitizer is particularly suited for embedded OEM applications requiring digitizer sampling at wide bandwidth and high dynamic range. Overall performance enables final products to more precisely measure time of flight in several end system applications.

Key features

  • 10-bit resolution
  • 1 channel with up to 10 GS/s sampling rate with interleaving enabled
  • 2 channels up to 5 GS/s simultaneously sampling
  • DC up to 2.5 GHz bandwidth
  • 50 Ω input impedance, DC coupled
  • Selectable 250 mV or 1 V full scale range (FSR)
  • 15 ps RMS trigger time interpolator (TTI) precision
  • Low noise density and low distortion
  • Optimized frequency response flatness
  • Excellent and flat SFDR over a large analysis bandwidth (> 56 dBc typical) 
  • Up to 4 GB DDR3 on-board memory
  • On-board data processing unit using a Xilinx FPGA

Customer values

  • Fast PCIe 10-bit digitizer with on-board real-time processing
  • Capture wide bandwidth signals
  • High dynamic range acquisition for better measurement fidelity
  • Accurate measurement
  • Capable of switching between multiple firmware programs

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Applications

  • Medical research instrumentation
  • Environmental monitoring with laser scanning (LiDAR)
  • Analytical time-of-flight (TOF)
  • Physics experiments

Real-time proccessing

At the heart of the ADC card, the FPGA enables real-time signal processing. The following firmware options are available:

  • The interleaved option (-INT) that enables up to 10 GS/s on one channel, doubling the sampling rate while maintaining the same signal integrity high performances
  • The average option (-AVG) that allows accumulation of waveforms from 1 to 16k triggers on dual synchronous channels at up to 5 GS/s, or on single channel at 10 GS/s. An innovative programmable trigger output can be used to optimize the signal-to-noise ratio (SNR) and increase the ability to isolate very small peaks from the signal noise
  • The continuous simultaneous acquisition and readout with triggers (-CST) option that supports multiple triggered record acquisitions and simultaneous output data streaming.

Block Diagram

Key specifications & Variants

U5310AU5310A-INT
Channel (s)2 channels1 or 2 channels
Max. Sampling rateUp to 5S/s on 2 channels
up to 5 GS/s on 2 channels
or up to 10 GS/s on 1 channel (INT)
BandwidthDC to 2.5 GHz
Resolution10-bit
Memoryup to 4 GB
Input Full scale range250 mV or 1 V
Selectable by SW
Form factorPCIe Card
InterfacePCIe gen2
Max. Data transfer rate2.5 GB/s

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Software

The U5310A come with associated Software Development Kit (Windows or Linux).

It includes a graphical user interface (Soft Front Panel) to capture and display the acquired data in time or frequency domain.

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