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Signatec Releases PX1500-4, Its 4-Channel, 1.5 GHz Per Channel / 2-Channel, 3 GHz Per Channel PCI-Express Digitizer with Two Virtex-5 FPGAs
Date:12/18/2009

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Delivering advanced system solutions since 1988, Signatec is a leading designer and manufacturer of high-speed data acquisition, parallel digital signal processing, continuous signal data recording and arbitrary waveform generation systems. Signatec differentiates itself by being one of the only single-source suppliers that works with its customers to build affordable, real-time signal technology systems for advanced radar, SIGINT, ultrasound, imaging and other high-speed communications systems. For more information, visit Signatec online at www.signatec.com

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Signatec, Inc.   
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