Ethernet-based waveform playback unit for aerospace simulation testing

Highland Technology's model P350 is an Ethernet-based waveform playback unit designed specifically for aerospace simulation testing and has eight analog outputs that can be used independently or synchronously.
By Highland Technology, Inc. January 15, 2016

Highland Technology's model P350 is an Ethernet-based waveform playback unit designed specifically for aerospace simulation testing and has eight analog outputs that can be used independently or synchronously. Courtesy: Highland TechnologyHighland Technology’s model P350 Wayback Machine is an Ethernet-based waveform playback unit designed specifically for aerospace simulation testing. It provides eight analog outputs that can be used independently or synchronously. In playback mode, any P350 channel can store and play multi-gigabyte user waveform files with flexible playback rates, summing, filtering, scaling/offset, and phase/timeshift provisions. Any channel can also operate in wavetable mode, playing repetitive standard or arbitrary waveforms. Two analog inputs and two random noise generators are available for modulation or summing. Programming features allow accurate simulation of complex waveforms as might be generated by sensors on jet engines as well as other complex machines.

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