Name that Ware, November 2016

The Ware for November 2016 is shown below.

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20 Responses to “Name that Ware, November 2016”

  1. tz says:

    Thinwire ethernet?

  2. GEorge Styles says:

    USB ‘scope?

    • GEorge Styles says:

      Duel A/D converter chip, and ‘glue logic’ chip. Either stereo recording, or USB scope

      • Jacob says:

        That’s a 10 bit ADC, unlikely its for audio recording. I think USB interface is full-speed only, guessing that’s maybe not enough bandwidth for any USB-based output, which suggests pins at bottom might be digital out.

        Some sort of interface card from a modular data acquisition system?

  3. Will says:

    2 Channel USB O-Scope, with some digital channels on the bottom?

  4. Antoine says:

    It looks to me like an usp scope, definitely.
    I’d go with a Synchrotech MSO 28 as the layout looks similar with the digital on the side…

  5. I think it is a network bridge to token ring.

  6. SydMax says:

    Based on the dual A/D frontend with coax this is USB scope with logic analyzer capability (headers in the bottom). Together with Silabs USB IF this lead us to Sparkfuns USB Oscilloscope – MSO-28

  7. Simon says:

    (3G-)SDI converter board, probably used in a TV.

  8. Sam Kelly says:

    A Synchrotech MSO-28 2 channel oscope + logic analyzer

  9. Nate says:

    To those that keep saying Ethernet, note the USB micro connector at left.

  10. Anton says:

    Looks like WiMAX modem/prototype or SDR with similar frequencies and capabilities.
    USB->FPGA->10 bit 2 channel ADC->opamps->antenna connectors

  11. Carl Smith says:

    Look like this one was probably solved before I even got here. My first thought just looking at the board without even checking part functions was a USB digital scope. And it looks like the MSO-28 matches too close to be a coincidence.

    But it seems strange that we see no memory chips for sample data. The Lattice part has no significant amount of RAM. Maybe they just stream all the data into the PC in real time and let the PC deal with it, but that would be difficult at the maximum sample rate claimed by the MSO-28. Strange…

  12. rasz_pl says:

    too easy this time :(, image googling KAD5610P-12 shows MSO-28 at the bottom of first screen

  13. Vijayenthiran Subramaniam says:

    Two-channel USB oscilloscope with Lattice FPGA. Also, I guess the right angled headers are for the logic analyzer.