DDG Digital Delay

The Digital Delay DDG is designed to delay NIM pulses from zero up to 10.24ns in steps of 10ps. The main board can drive up to 16 independent channels with two copies of the delayed pulse and one echo for each channel.
The DDG receives serial commands via USB from the PC. It is typically used to delay one electrical pulse to coincide with another for coincidence timing measurements.

The device is a modular unit to be powered by a Eurocard rack system (sold separately).

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Electrical Signal Specifications:

NIM output amplitude high (typical)
-800mV (RLOAD =50 Ohm)
NIM output amplitude low (typical)
>-200mV (RLOAD = 50 Ohm)
Input Pulse Width/amplitude range
Output Jitter