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Data-acquisition OS supports multichannel digital filtering

10 May 2016  | Susan Nordyk

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Microstar has released a multitasking real-time operating system for its xDAP family of data-acquisition subsystems. Incorporating configurable multichannel digital filtering, the DAPL 3000 can digitise multiple channels simultaneously, processed concurrently using a single configured task.

DAPL 3000

This allows the transfer of digitally filtered, completely pre-processed data directly to application software without the need for any additional software libraries or environments, noted the company.

Engineers can use the Filter Designer in the Development Studio for DAPL to interactively design the xDAP system filters. Controls adjust filter cutoff locations and transition shapes. After each adjustment, settings can be applied to live data. The filtered data stream can be superimposed on the original signal data for comparison until the best results are obtained.

The filtering capabilities are included in the DAPL 3000 system, part of the DAPtools software provided with each purchase of an xDAP data-acquisition system. DAPtools software supports Windows 10, Windows 8, Windows 7, Windows XP and Windows Server on the PC host system.

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