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A 256 k @ 32-bit Capture Card for the IIP Radiometer

@inproceedings{Hampson2002A2K,
  title={A 256 k @ 32-bit Capture Card for the IIP Radiometer},
  author={Grant A. Hampson},
  year={2002}
}
The digital part of the radiometer project is broken into several stages of development (Digital IF, APB, FFT, etc) and it is important to be able to capture results from each stage. It is of equal importance that each stage be capable of interfacing to the proceeding stage. Consequently a standard interface was developed using a high density 68-pin SCSI3 connector. This is the same connector which is used to interface data to the PC using the PCI-DIO-32HS digital acquisition card [2]. A… 

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