The WVFD is a high performance digitizer with 16-bit resolution analog to digital conversion
rates of 62.
The digitizer and recording system comprises a SC240 VME-based digitizer for analog to digital conversion
, Open-MDR VME-based data recorders for recording digitizer data streams, an Open-Marlin PC-based data recorder for recording GPS metadata, as well as high-performance Fibre Channel SAN (Storage Area Network)-based storage arrays used for data storage.
Macrovision's Copy Protection Detect technology, integrated into Philips' new decoder chip, ensures that source programming remains protected throughout the entire analog to digital conversion
process, which prevents the permanent recording of copyrighted and copy protected content.
5 to 10 picofarads, performs analog to digital conversion
for 10 bit words and operates at only 100 milliwatts of power.
analog to digital conversion
and all digital signal processing
Features include high-performance on-chip flash memory, a Multiply and Accumulate (MAC) unit that increases calculation power, advanced interrupt-handling, high-resolution analog to digital conversion
(ADC) capabilities, and an on-chip debug system to accelerate product development.