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The AS6500 high-resolution time-to-digital converter (TDC) from ams AG features CMOS inputs and a compact packaging for use in space- and cost-constrained applications.

The device can measure time intervals as short as 5 ns with 10-ps precision. The AS6500 is based on the existing ams TDC-GPX2 and offers resolution up to 10 ps on four channels with a sampling rate of up to 1.5 M samples/s. Lidar and optical ranging systems in cars, drones, and robots can make extremely detailed and accurate ranging measurements with a wide field of view, enabling them to perform accurate object detection and avoidance. In virtual and augmented reality applications, real-time 3D image rendering is supported by high sampling speeds and precision.

The AS6500 is ideal for optical applications including general purpose laser distance measurement in 1D, 2D, and 3D, speed control, vehicle/truck scanning, object recognition, time-of-flight spectroscopy, automated test equipment, biomedical technology, and analytics.

Photonics Spectra
May 2019

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